Advancing Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights
 
Perspectives on Sexual and Reproductive Health
Volume 38, Number 1, March 2006


Table of Contents



In this Issue [HTML]
The Editors

FYI: 38(1) [HTML]
Dore Hollander


ARTICLES

Oral Sex and Condom Use Among Young People In the United Kingdom [HTML] [PDF]
Nicole Stone, Bethan Hatherall, Roger Ingham and Juliet McEachran

Friends' Influence on Adolescents' First Sexual Intercourse [HTML] [PDF]
Renee E. Sieving, Marla E. Eisenberg, Sandra Pettingell and Carol Skay

Using the Theory of Reasoned Action to Explain Physician Intention to Prescribe Emergency Contraception [HTML] [PDF]
Marjorie R. Sable, Lisa R. Schwartz, Patricia J. Kelly, Eleanor Lisbon and Matthew A. Hall

Asian American Adolescents' First Sexual Intercourse: Gender and Acculturation Differences [HTML] [PDF]
Hyeouk Chris Hahm, Maureen Lahiff and Rose M. Barreto

The Provision and Funding of Contraceptive Services at Publicly Funded Family Planning Agencies: 1995-2003 [HTML] [PDF]
Laura Duberstein Lindberg, Jennifer J. Frost, Caroline Sten and Cynthia Dailard

Pharmacy Access to Emergency Contraception in California [HTML] [PDF]
Diana Greene Foster, Sharon Cohen Landau, Nicole Monastersky, Frances Chung, Nancy Kim, Mackenzie Melton, Belle Taylor McGhee and Felicia Stewart


DIGESTS

All in PDF

Risk of Adverse Pregnancy Outcomes Associated with Diabetes Varies by Women's Race and Ethnicity [HTML]

Lesbians, Bisexual Women: Misperceptions of Risk Jeopardize Sexual Health [HTML]

Consistent Condom Use Reduces the Risk of Type 2 Herpes Virus [HTML]

Easy Access to EC Increases Teenagers’ Use, But Does Not Lead to Risky Behavior [HTML]

Duration of Breast-Feeding Is Up in Swiss Hospitals That Encourage the Practice [HTML]

Colorado Prenatal Program Targeted at Specific Risk Factors Helps Reduce the Incidence of Low Birth Weight [HTML]

Skills-Oriented Counseling Holds Promise for Increasing Women’s Use of Barrier Methods [HTML]

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