An Examination of College Student Sex Practices and History of Formal Sex Education. Shelly Hook, MD, Robert Casanova, MD; Linda Brice, PhD, Lisa Welch, MS, Jennifer Holmes, MSIII. UNPLANNED (TEEN) PREGNANCY Lubbock County 1999 - 2003. Lubbock County (10-17 y/o): 106.6 per 1,000
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An Examination of College Student Sex Practices and History of Formal Sex Education
Shelly Hook, MD, Robert Casanova, MD;
Linda Brice, PhD, Lisa Welch, MS,
Jennifer Holmes, MSIII
UNPLANNED (TEEN) PREGNANCY
Lubbock County 1999 - 2003
Source: Texas Department of State Health Services – Family Health Research & Program Development Unit
(2005 – 1,279 Cases) (2006 – 1,417 Cases)
(2005 – 429 Cases) (2006 – 489 Cases)
(2006 – 13 Cases – 7 Early)
Source: Ricky Vaughn, LBSW, City of Lubbock Health Department - 2008
Rates represent cases per 100,000 Population.
Source: Teen Straight Talk: 2005 Texas HIV/STD Surveillance Report (Texas Department of State Health Services)
Source:Teen Straight Talk: CDC – 2005 STD Surveillance Report
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