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Embarrassing though it may be for both you and your child, talking openly about sex is vital.
By Deirdre Wilson
As a parent, you need to find a way to communicate with your teen about teens and AIDS to ensure that they are armed with the information they need to protect themselves.
By Laura Evans
According to a 2008 study by the Centers for Disease Control, 40% of sexually active teenage girls have an STD. Find out why these diseases spread and what parents can do to educate teens about the danger.
Sexually transmitted diseases arent an easy thing to talk about with your kids. However, open communication between a parent and a teenager can make a big difference in lowering his or her risk of contracting an STD.
By Diane Fitzpatrick
Parents need to talk to their kids about sex and different types of birth control, both to explain the risks of sexual activity and to combat the rumors that may be passed around by peers.
By Dr. Jamie Y. Marable
Safe sex is an important way to protect against the spread of diseases, but how old do you have to be to buy condoms?
By Lauren Bove
The symptoms of birth control, particularly hormone-based contraceptives, can have side effects ranging from mild annoyances that quickly go away to major physical symptoms and mood alterations that can have you seeking other methods of birth control.
By Diane Fitzpatrick
There are several forms of birth control without a prescription available. Some methods are very easy to get at the local drugstore. Other methods do not require that any supplies be purchased. 
By A. E. Freeman
It's very important that you know the kinds of sexually transmitted diseases and their effects. The effects of sexually transmitted diseases range from mild irritation and a short dose of antibiotics to serious illness, permanent infertility and death.
By Diane Fitzpatrick
Should schools distribute birth control to teenage students? Many say it is a good idea, while others think it is inappropriate.
By A. E. Freeman
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