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Teens Should Be Educated on Safe Sex
Unwanted pregnancies and sexually transmitted infections are affecting
teenagers and their families. In the United States, during the year 2010,
"The pregnancy rate among teenagers was 57.4 pregnancies per 1,000 women;
this means that about 6% of teens became pregnant in 2010" (U.S. Teen
Pregnancy). Most of the school syste...
969 words
4 pages
An Introduction to the Health Education in British Columbia
Abstract        Right now our health education curriculum is missing out on important aspects that shape how healthy we are, called the social determinants of health.  Understanding the social determinants of health is a big part of health literacy and will help students brainstorm ideas to becoming healthier citizens.  Ed...
976 words
4 pages