Incorporating health and behavioral consequences of child abuse in prevention programs targeting female adolescents.

Abstract

A study examining the health and behavioral consequences of child abuse was conducted among 263 parenting and 257 never-pregnant teens attending a reproductive health clinic. Both groups of teens identified the following major consequences: suicide, prostitution, school drop-out, crime and substance abuse. However, only parenting teens expressed interest in… (More)

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