Advancing Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights
Perspectives on Sexual and Reproductive Health
Volume 35, Number 6, November/December 2003

Table of Contents

In This Issue [HTML]



Patterns of Contraceptive Use Within Teenagers' First Sexual Relationships [HTML] [PDF]
Jennifer Manlove, Suzanne Ryan and Kerry Franzetta

Partner Influence on Early Discontinuation of the Pill In a Predominantly Hispanic Population [HTML] [PDF]
Jennifer Kerns, Carolyn Westhoff, Chelsea Morroni and Patricia Aikins Murphy

Factors Associated with the Content of Sex Education in U.S. Public Secondary Schools [HTML] [PDF]
David J. Landry, Jacqueline E. Darroch, Susheela Singh and Jenny Higgins


A New Look at an Old Method: The Diaphragm [HTML] [PDF]
S. Marie Harvey, Sheryl Thorburn Bird and Meredith Roberts Branch


All in PDF

About Half of U.S. Adults Have Had an HIV Test, But Testing Often Occurs Late in the Course of Infection [HTML]

Emergency Contraception Use Increases When Pills Are Provided in Advance [HTML]

Early Prenatal Care May Not Ensure Improved Outcomes Among Poor, Rural Infants [HTML]

For Low-Risk Women, Care From a Nurse-Midwife Is a Safe Option in Pregnancy [HTML]

Despite Profile Suggesting Low Risk, Indian-Born U.S. Mothers Have High Levels of Some Poor Birth Outcomes [HTML]

Treating Common Vaginal Infections May Lower Women's Herpes Risk [HTML]

Clinician Support May Play a Role in Mothers' Decision to Continue Breast-Feeding [HTML]

Religious Teenagers May Have a Lowered Risk of Engaging in Unsafe Sexual Behavior [HTML]


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