Contraceptive methods, violent relationships, teenagers’ perceptions play a role in unintended U.S. teenage births
Bisexual young women are at higher risk of unintended pregnancy
Commentary: Jennifer Barber’s landmark research on the connection between intimate partner violence and the onset of pregnancy
Through research, Tim Mayer (’18) advances understanding of racial differences in self-esteem
Not expecting: What may be behind high rates of unintended pregnancy in the U.S.
Poor young women at greater risk of unintended pregnancies
Research emphasizes contraception use in couples
Adolescent women 'more likely to have unsafe sex' if obese
New study finds obese girls in Michigan less likely to use contraception
Obese teens less likely to use birth control
Obese teens less likely to use contraception
Obesity linked to use of contraceptives among teens: study
Stressed, depressed women terrible at using birth control
Women with depression 50 percent less likely to remember to use birth control as concerns raised over unwanted pregnancies among emotionally unstable
Putting the “long” into longitudinal: UX lessons from survey research
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