Advancing Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights
Perspectives on Sexual and Reproductive Health
Volume 35, Number 3, May/June 2003

Table of Contents

In This Issue [HTML]



When and Why Do Young People in the United Kingdom First Use Sexual Health Services? [HTML] [PDF]
Nicole Stone and Roger Ingham

Heterosexually Active Men's Beliefs About Methods for Preventing Sexually Transmitted Diseases [HTML] [PDF]
Mary Rogers Gillmore, Sorrel Stielstra, Bu Huang, Sharon A. Baker, Blair Beadnell and Diane M. Morrison

Effects of Psychosocial Risk Factors and Prenatal Interventions on Birth Weight: Evidence From New Jersey's HealthStart Program [HTML] [PDF]
Nancy E. Reichman and Julien O. Teitler

Child Disability and Mothers' Tubal Sterilization [HTML] [PDF]
Jennifer M. Park, Dennis P. Hogan and Frances K. Goldscheider


Access to Adolescent Reproductive Health Services: Financial and Structural Barriers to Care [HTML] [PDF]
Linda Hock-Long, Roberta Herceg-Baron, Amy M. Cassidy and Paul G. Whittaker


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Not All Washington-Area Primary Care Practices Offer All Needed Adolescent Reproductive Health Services [HTML]

Study Results Have Left Many Women Confused About Therapy [HTML]

Shortly After Early Abortion, Women Report Significant Improvements in Physical and Emotional Well-Being [HTML]

Acquiring a New Partner Is Linked to Increased HPV Risk Among Young Women [HTML]

Odds of Ectopic Pregnancy Are Sharply Elevated Among Heavy Smokers [HTML]

Three Differing Emergency Contraceptive Regimens Are Equally Effective [HTML]

Neighborhood-Level Effects On Babies' Birth Weight Differ by Race in Chicago [HTML]

Youth Who First Got Drunk by Age 12 Have Relatively High Levels of Risky Sexual Behavior During College [HTML]

Hysterectomy Rate Among Hispanic Women Is Only Half That of White Women [HTML]


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