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Check out this interview with Advocates for Youth's president Deb Hauser as she relates how a childhood vacation served as the impetus for her future endeavors. We are excited to have Ms. Hauser as the keynote speaker at the UTPRC's 4th Annual Adolescent Sexual Health Summer Course to be held June 12 - June 14 in Houston!
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KHOU 11 News recently gathered a group of 16 and 17 year olds, with their parents’ permission, to take a sex education quiz and discuss myths, facts and fiction that their peers believe.
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The Banyan Tree Project, a national campaign to promote HIV/AIDS awareness and reduce HIV-related stigma, is hosting a webinar on social networking media on Wednesday, February 22 from 2:00-3:30 CST (12-1:30 PST).
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The Guttmacher Institute is pleased to launch "Are you IN THE KNOW?"
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Our next Community Advisory Group meeting is February 1, we will be voting on the incoming CAG Chair for 2012.
The University of Texas Prevention Research Center at the University of Texas School of Public Health
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Fewer teens are getting pregnant now, than at any point in the last 40 years, says a new report. Researchers at the Guttmacher Institute, a sexual and reproductive health think tank, say the pregnancy...
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R.E.A.C.H. Summit 2012
An interactive experience for teens and parents
promoting adolescent health and family communication
Saturday, May 5, 2012
Prevention Park
1 P.M. – 5 P.M.
Join us for an afternoon of group discussions, workshops, games, presentations, entertainment, free testing, and information.
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Not the greatest name for a website but: Teenage Pregnancy Website, 'Oops, I Knocked up my Girlfriend,' Acts to Reduce Teen STDs and Pregnancies
Teenage Pregnancy Website, “Oops, I Knocked up my Girlfriend”, Begins Sweepstakes to Give Away a One Year Supply of Condoms to Increase Teen Contraceptive Usage Awareness and Reduce Teenage Pregnancie...
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Improving the health of children and adolescents in Texas.
The mission of the UTPRC is to impact child and adolescent health through a collaboration of academic, public health, and community partnerships engaged in scholarly, community-based prevention research, research translation, and education.