Teen pregnancy and contraception

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Guests: Bill Albert, Debby Herbenick

Teenage pregnancy rates have been dropping for two decades with the sharpest decline in the past five years. What’s behind today’s historically low rates in teen pregnancy? Guest BILL ALBERT, Chief Program Officer at The National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy, discusses why teens are using better contraception and having less sex. Then, the female condom is getting a makeover but will it catch on?  We’ll talk about the new designs and the important role it could play in women’s reproductive health with Indiana University sex researcher DEBBY HERBENICK.

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