Advancing Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights
Perspectives on Sexual and Reproductive Health
Volume 39, Number 1, March 2007

Table of Contents

In This Issue [HTML]



Abortion Among Young Women and Subsequent Life Outcomes [HTML] [PDF]
David M. Fergusson, Joseph M. Boden and L. John Horwood

Identifying Barriers to Emergency Contraception Use Among Young Women from Various Sociocultural Groups in British Columbia, Canada [HTML] [PDF]
Jean Shoveller, Cathy Chabot, Judith A. Soon and Marc Levine

Pregnancy and STD Prevention Counseling Using an Adaptation of Motivational Interviewing: A Randomized Controlled Trial [HTML] [PDF]
Ruth Petersen, Jennifer Albright, Joanne M. Garrett and Kathryn M. Curtis

Multipartnered Fertility Among Young Women with a Nonmarital First Birth: Prevalence and Risk Factors [HTML] [PDF]
Karen Benjamin Guzzo and Frank F. Furstenberg, Jr.

Social Ecological Predictors of Repeat Adolescent Pregnancy [HTML] [PDF]
Leslie G. Raneri and Constance M. Wiemann

U.S. Women's One-Year Contraceptive Use Patterns, 2004 [HTML] [PDF]
Jennifer J. Frost, Susheela Singh and Lawrence B. Finer

U.S. Women’s One-Year Contraceptive Use Patterns, 2004 [PDF]
Jennifer J. Frost, Susheela Singh, Lawrence B. Finer


Multipartnered Fertility: Can It Be Reduced? [HTML] [PDF]
Lorraine V. Klerman

Factors Associated with Contraceptive Use and Nonuse, United States, 2004 [PDF]
Jennifer J. Frost, Susheela Singh, Lawrence B. Finer

What’s Love Got to Do with It? Sexual Behaviors of Opposite-Sex Couples Through Emerging Adulthood [PDF]
Christine Elizabeth Kaestle, Carolyn Tucker Halpern


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Preventing Herpes Simplex Virus Type 2 May Reduce HIV Risk Among Some Men Who Have Sex with Men [HTML]

Upward Mobility Benefits White Women’s Infants, But Not Black Women’s [HTML]

Positive Attitudes Toward Condom Use Do Not Equal Safer Sex Among Teenagers [HTML]

Dating and Nondating Relationships Among Sexually Active Adolescents Are Often Surprisingly Similar [HTML]

Emergency Department Patients May Need Contraceptive Outreach [HTML]

Women’s Odds of Choosing Abortion Linked To Affective and Relationship Characteristics [HTML]

Overall, Postmenopausal Use of Combined Hormones is Not Associated with Increased Risk of Cervical Cancer [HTML]


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