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This special issue is dedicated to young people, who represent a majority of new HIV cases.
What happens when a girl with HIV wants to have sex? The answer lies in Camryn Garrett’s “Full Disclosure.”
Researchers have called for improved communication about sexual orientation and HIV testing between pediatricians and adolescents.
A recent NIH study found that adults have a much higher viral suppression rate than youth.
A literature review shows promising signs that teenagers, like adults, can benefit from methadone, buprenorphine and naltrexone.
The CDC found these risk factors were much higher among the 1.8 percent of high school survey respondents who said they were transgender.
For 24 years, Camp Hollywood HEART, part of One Heartland, offered creative arts programs to the kids.
Many parents of adolescent girls have resisted the human papillomavirus vaccine for fear it will have negative behavioral consequences.
The CDC has conducted its first-ever analysis comparing sexual risk behaviors among such subgroups of high school students.
A recent study analyzed half a million visits to children hospitals by those 14 to 18 years old.
A CDC report reveals new trends.
This is according to a survey of parents and adolescents at a state fair in Minnesota.
In a recent study, receiving such sex ed was associated with lower sexual risk taking.
This finding is from a long-term study of risky behaviors among a largely African-American group of young people in Flint, Michigan.
A look at a group of 13- to 24-year-olds on antiretrovirals found one in six episodically had a significant viral load and an STI.
A survey of teens about their sexual habits appears to show promising signs for sexually transmitted infection prevention.
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