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Forty-five percent of adolescents ages 15-19 have had sexual intercourse.By age 19, 75% of all adolescents have had sexual intercourse.Most adolescents select condoms as their most reliable method of contraception. The United States continues to rank among the highest of all similarly developed countries in rates of adolescent pregnancy, and the unintended pregnancy rate is highest among women ages 20-24. The reasons for these public health statistics are myriad, but a major issue is that adolescents and young women use contraception inconsistently. Thus, there is a need for youth to learn about and use contraception consistently and effectively. Unfortunately, misinformation abounds, even among practicing clinicians. Young people need a clinician who is up to date on clinical recommendations regarding contraceptive care. The busy clinician needs information at his or her fingertips, needs to know how to create a teen-friendly environment and must exhibit best contraceptive counseling practices.
Gynecologists and primary care practitioners (as well as family physicians, adolescent medicine physicians and pediatricians) are on the front lines when it comes to discussing, recommending and prescribing contraceptive options to adolescent and young women. This book is a valuable resource for these clinicians; it is the only handbook on the market on contraception for the adolescent and young adult women and it is filled with evidence-based information in an easy to read and easy to digest format.Now is an optimal time for a book of this sort.The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention just completed a clinical guideline for contraceptive care based on the World Health Organization's Medical Eligibility Criteria (MEC). The United States MEC seeks to demystify contraceptive care for all women.It also lays the groundwork for helping providers improve clinical practice in contraceptive care. Contraception for Adolescent and Young Adult Women will complement these efforts in a manner tailored to the unique needs of this population.
Every mother fears losing her child. When that horror became a devastating reality for author Jane Daly, everything she believed in became distorted. As she tried to come to grips with a life that would never be normal again, Jane found God's presence leading her from the pain of loss to the peace that passes all understanding. You can take a walk with Jane Daly through this story of sorrow and healing, and experience the touch of God that ultimately carried her from grief to hope.
As science and politics engage in a never-ending battle over the environment, A Life of Grace for the Whole World re-claims the theology of salvation and redemption for all creation. Using the House of Bishops Pastoral Teaching on the Environment -- the first statement on the environment from The Episcopal Church leadership -- as a guide, A Life of Grace engages participants in understanding how the call to care for Creation informs and deepens appreciation and love for God and Gods work in Creation, and how that finds expression in the faith life of individuals and churches.
Winner of a Silver 2014 Moonbeam Children's Book Award! Ivy and Olive love pretty things, and with a bit of imagination, they turn shoeboxes, empty paper towel tubes, and other discarded items into flowerpots, decorative signs, toys, and other playful and practical items. Soon their friends and neighbors are inspired by the recycling trend - and you can join in, too! From garden ornaments to a pet house, this activity-filled storybook is packed with fun projects, all made from recyclable materials.
Finger Trace the ABCs is the most fun and interactive way to learn the alphabet!
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