Study: More teenage girls using the rhythm method

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WASHINGTON (RNS) A new government health survey found that more teenage girls are using the calendar-based “rhythm method” of birth control while having sex. The rhythm method involves avoiding sex on the more fertile days of the ovulation cycle — a practice sometimes dubbed periodic abstinence. The report from the Centers for Disease Control and […]

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