Advancing Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights
Perspectives on Sexual and Reproductive Health
Volume 36, Number 2, March/April 2004

Table of Contents

In This Issue [HTML]



Parents' Beliefs About Condoms and Oral Contraceptives: Are They Medically Accurate? [HTML] [PDF]

Attitudes and Intentions of Future Health Care Providers Toward Abortion Provision [HTML] [PDF]
Solmaz Shotorbani,

Acceptability of the Vaginal Diaphragm [HTML] [PDF]
Julie E. Maher,

U.S. Insurance Coverage of Contraceptives and the Impact Of Contraceptive Coverage Mandates, 2002 [HTML] [PDF]
Adam Sonfield, Rachel Benson Gold, Jennifer J. Frost
and Jacqueline E. Darroch


The HIPAA Privacy Rule and Adolescents: Legal Questions and Clinical Challenges [HTML] [PDF]
Abigail English and Carol A. Ford


All in PDF

Source and Perceived Quality of Information Are Linked To Users' Odds of Discontinuing Hormone Therapy [HTML]

Power in Relationship and Pressure to Have Sex May Affect Women's Use of Emergency Contraception [HTML]

Teenage Pregnancy Risk Rises with Childhood Exposure to Family Strife [HTML]

Risk of Pregnancy-Related Death Is Sharply Elevated For Women 35 and Older [HTML]

Family Planning Clinic Visits Present Opportunities For Providers to Screen for Mental Health Problems [HTML]

Sexual Inexperience Does Not Preclude Some Risk Of Bacterial Vaginosis [HTML]

Most Women Are Unlikely To Experience Premenstrual Mood Change with Pill Use [HTML]


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