Study shows abstinence doesn’t impact unprotected sex

There is a lot of controversy as to whether abstinence programs work and if they do, what areas they most impact.

Abstinence is the primary directive for sex education in the United States today and has supporters in the UK.  The British Medical Journal stated that an Oxford University team "found abstinence programmes had no negative or positive impact on the rates of sex infections or unprotected sex."

For the complete story go to the BBC news at http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/health/6927733.stm


 

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