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Over 76 percent of participants believed they had learned information useful for their jobs, and nearly 60 percent of participants believed they could not have attended the workshop if it had been offered as traditional face-to-face professional development.
girls whose self-concept was weak at ages 12 or 13 were more likely than those with a strong self-concept to have had sexual intercourse by 14 or 15.
The researchers told the Hills they had a 1 in 3 chance of having another child with fragile X syndrome if one of these female embryos implanted and established a pregnancy.
With respect to the mechanical performances of the three kinds of PET fibers shown in table 6, the sample B had the highest tensile strength and elongation, and thus provided PET fibers having a superior toughness, but the samples A and C had a slightly smaller elongation than the sample B.
In the first interview, close to half of youth of each gender reported at least one of the following risk behaviors: not having used a condom at last sex, not having used a contraceptive at last sex, having used alcohol or drugs at the time of last sex and having had three or more sexual partners.
In 17 countries in North America, Latin America and Europe, researchers gave questionnaires to individuals visiting clinics who were infected with herpes simplex virus type 2, reported having had symptoms and had partners who had never had symptomatic genital herpes.
If you had to choose which of these groups you are in, the haves, or the have-nots?
Roughly half of the women had given birth, and half had had an abortion.
Of this sample, 90% reported being sexual experienced and 65% reported having had sex recently (in the three months before incarceration).
And for people who have had a previous heart attack, the risk is about 10 in a million if they take a vow of celibacy, and 20 in a million if they continue to lead an active sex life, reported researchers led by Dr.
Twenty percent had mothers who were college graduates, 43% lived in two-parent households and 44% lived with a mother only.
1) For example, 3% of all female condoms slipped out of the woman's vagina; the rate was 11% at first use, but it fell steadily to less than 1% if the method had been used 15 times or more.
1) In a population-based case-control study conducted in California, women who currently used this type of pill had odds of venous thromboembolism that were four times those of women who did not; their odds were three times those of women who had never used such pills.
Risky sexual behaviors, such as having ever had more than 10 sexual partners or recently having had new or multiple partners, were reported at a significantly greater proportion o f visits by condom users than of those by nonusers.
Within six months after giving birth at a London hospital, nine in 10 women answering survey questions about their sexual and mental health had resumed intercourse, but two-thirds of those who had said that sex was less frequent and four in 10 said that it was less satisfying than it had been before they became pregnant.