New study finds teens 'doing it' safer

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http://www.nma.tv A US government report shows 80% of teen boys choose to use condoms during their first sexual experience. They compound their protection with other forms of birth control to be extra safe. Most teens said their first time was someone with whom they were "going steady." Not surprisingly, teens are less likely to engage in sex if they live with both their parents under the same roof. It's a good thing, considering some feel teen abstinence is the only sure form of protection against STDs and pregnancy. A US government report shows 80% of teen boys choose to use condoms during their first sexual experience. They compound their protection with other forms of birth control to be extra safe. Most teens said their first time was someone with whom they were "going steady." Not surprisingly, teens are less likely to engage in sex if they live with both their parents under the same roof. It's a good thing, considering some feel teen abstinence is the only sure form of protection against STDs and pregnancy. 

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