In the US, birth, pregnancy, and abortion rates have remained unacceptably high despite the declines experienced over the years. According to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 65% of teens engage in sexual intercourse before they graduate from high school, 18% of 9th-grade students initiate intercourse before age 13, and approximately 4 million teens in the US contract a sexually transmitted disease each year. The country's response on these dismal statistics have been unsuccessful, focusing only on abstinence-only-until-marriage programs that are forbidden to discuss contraception and disease-prevention strategies. In view of this, the Network for Family Life Education launched the national newsletter and Web site ¿SEX, ETC¿. The goal was to provide up-to-date, accurate, balanced, and attractive materials that would change students' sexuality attitudes and behaviors. Developed by teens for teens, such an approach can push the envelope as to the kind of programs a school should implement if educators, administrators, and school board members will pay attention. Moreover, the approach holds the potential for an extraordinary new partnership between teens and caring adults that can move relevant, responsible sexuality education forward in a powerful and meaningful way.
We point out that the existence of Glauber gluons in the $k_T$ factorization
Theorem can account for the violation of the Lam-Tung relation, namely, the
Anomalous lepton angular distribution, observed in pion-induced Drell-Yan
Processes. Radiations, that balance the lepton-pair transverse momentum,...
We use to build
Telescopes were once built in stars by nuclear fusion. Hence in a fundamental
Sense, stars themselves have helped us indirectly in observing them in great
Detail. In this article I mention a bit more scientifically subtle and an even
More interesting example of such a pair which rais...
We study the asymptotic distribution of the number of matchings of size
$\ell=\ell(n)$ in $G(n,p)$ for a wide range of $p=p(n)\in (0,1)$ and for every
$1\le \ell\le \lfloor n/2 \rfloor$. We prove that this distribution changes
From normal to log-normal as $\ell$ increases, and we determine the criti...
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