Religion

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Conscience (Washington, D.C.)
Author(s): 
Kissling, F.
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Entre Nous (Copenhagen, Denmark)
Author(s): 
Kissling, F.
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The Guttmacher Report on Public Policy
Author(s): 
Donovan, P.
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ReproWatch
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ReproWatch (Youth Edition)
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E (Norwalk, Conn.)
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Sawicki, S.
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Integration (Tokyo, Japan)
Author(s): 
Medalla, F. M.
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International Family Planning Perspectives

CONTEXT: Since 1990, HIV infection in Brazil has spread among the heterosexual population, particularly in the north. Containment of the epidemic can be informed by a better understanding of men's sexual risk behavior. METHODS: Logistic, Poisson and multilevel logit models were applied to data on married and cohabiting men who had participated in the 1996 Brazilian Demographic and Health Survey. RESULTS: Twelve percent of married or cohabiting men reported having had at least one extramarital partner in the previous 12 months; half of these had had two or more.

Author(s): 
Hill, Zelee E.
Cleland, John
Ali, Mohamed M.
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West's California Reporter
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California. Court of Appeal, Third District
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Contraception

OBJECTIVES: For female emergency department (ED) patients, we sought to assess the prevalence of contraceptive usage as well as the extent of contraceptive knowledge and to determine if demographic and sexual health history factors, comprehension of contraceptive methods and moral/religious opinions on contraception were associated with current usage of birth control pills (BCPs), prior usage of emergency contraception (EC) and frequency of condom usage.

Author(s): 
Merchant, Roland C.
Damergis, Jennifer A.
Gee, Erin M.
Bock, Beth C.
Becker, Bruce M.
Clark, Melissa A.

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