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Forcing Parental Involvement in Reproductive Health Decisions May Put Teens in Danger (10/12/2005)

Guttmacher Institute Honors Elizabeth G. Raymond With The First Darroch Award (09/29/2005)

Why Do Women Have Abortions? (09/06/2005)

Health Care Providers Cross the Line When They Obstruct Women's Access to Legal Medication (08/02/2005)

China's Sexual Revolution Calls For Comprehensive Sex Education (07/29/2005)

Pap Tests Still a Mystery to Many Women (06/03/2005)

Decades-Long Decline in Number and Rate of U.S. Abortions Continues, New Analysis Shows (05/19/2005)

Legalized Birth Control Turning 40 and Facing New Threats (05/18/2005)

Sugar Daddies and HIV/AIDS (04/21/2005)

Many Lesbian Women Underestimate Their Risk for Sexually Transmitted Diseases (03/23/2005)

Gap Widening Between U.S. Women's Birth Control Needs and Government Response (02/22/2005)

The Alan Guttmacher Institute Calls for Nominees For Its First Darroch Award (01/31/2005)

New Studies Signal Dangers of Limiting Teen Access to Birth Control Information and Services (01/18/2005)

Teens With Positive Attitudes Toward Contraception More Likely to Use It (01/16/2005)

New Insights into Teens' Risk of Pregnancy, Sexually Transmitted Disease Now Available (01/15/2005)

Most Teens Tell Parents About Birth Control Use, But One in Five Would Have Sex Without Contraceptives If Notice Were Mandatory (01/14/2005)

New Studies Show Dangers of Limiting Teen Birth Control Information, Services (01/13/2005)

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