CDC: Fewer U.S. teens having sex, more using condoms

08/1/2008 | Forbes

Fewer U.S. teens are having sexual intercourse or intercourse with multiple partners and more are using condoms, the CDC says in a report looking at risky sexual behaviors over the past 17 years. The overall prevalence of sexual experience dropped from 54.1% to 47.8% over the time period. Rates for certain groups of teens, however, such as blacks and Hispanics, have not changed.

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