Advancing Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights
 
Perspectives on Sexual and Reproductive Health
Volume 36, Number 4, July/August 2004


Table of Contents



In This Issue [HTML]

FYI [HTML]


ARTICLES

Practitioners' Perspectives on Effective Practices for Hispanic Teenage Pregnancy Prevention [HTML] [PDF]
Stephen T. Russell, Faye C. H. Lee and the Latina/o Teen Pregnancy Prevention Workgroup

Use of Commercial Sex Workers Among Hispanic Migrants In North Carolina: Implications for the Spread of HIV [HTML] [PDF]
Emilio A. Parrado, Chenoa A. Flippen and Chris McQuiston

A Comparison of Hispanic and White Adolescent Females' Use of Family Planning Services in California [HTML] [PDF]
M. Rosa Solorio, Hongjian Yu, E. Richard Brown, Lida Becerra and Lillian Gelberg

A Randomized Study of a Pregnancy and Disease Prevention Intervention for Hispanic Couples [HTML] [PDF]
S. Marie Harvey, Jillian T. Henderson, Sheryl Thorburn, Linda J. Beckman, America Casillas, Leo Mendez and Roxana Cervantes


DIGESTS

All in PDF

Norms That Encourage Young Adolescents Not to Have Sex Tied to Reduced Odds of Becoming Sexually Active [HTML]

Heavy Use of Tobacco and Caffeine Are Among Factors That May Reduce a Woman's Chance of Conceiving [HTML]

Consisitent Use vs. Ever-Use of Condoms: Which Measure is More Useful? [HTML]

Teenagers Who Think Sex is Important May Wait Less Time with New Partners [HTML]

Consistent Condom Use Offers Protection for Those With an Infected Partner [HTML]

Teenagers Who Abstain from Sex Cite Similar Reasons Regardless of Whether They Have Ever Had Intercourse [HTML]

For Labor Progressing Too slowly, Immersion in Water May Be Effective Alternative to Obstetric Intervention [HTML]

Three-Year Program Helps Male Adolescents Establish, Maintain Sexual Limits [HTML]

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