Study: Teens taught to avoid drugs are less likely to have risky sex

04/30/2009 | ScienceDaily

Anti-drug education in schools also may help teens avoid risky sexual behavior, according to a RAND Corp. study. But regardless of whether they took a course meant to prevent drug abuse, 71% of students said they did not always use condoms during sex.

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