Sex-ed courses found to be effective in reducing pregnancy rates

03/24/2008 | MSNBC

Teens who took comprehensive sex-education classes in school were 60% less likely to have become pregnant or to have impregnated someone else and were no more likely to have greater rates of sexual behavior or sexually transmitted diseases than teens without formal sex education, according to a new analysis of research data.

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