KFF- What Teens Know and Don’t (But Should) About Sexually Transmitted Diseases
What Teens Know and Don't (But Should) About Sexually Transmitted Diseases
A random-sample national survey of 400 teens, ages 15 to 17 years old about their awareness of and attitudes toward sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) – focusing primarily on STDs other than HIV/AIDS. The survey was conducted by telephone by Princeton Survey Research Associates for the Kaiser Family Foundation, MTV: Music Television and TEEN PEOPLE.
- News Release: What Teens Don't Know About STDs Puts Them at Risk
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- Toplines/Survey: National Survey of 15-17 Year Olds: What Teens Need to Know and Don't (But Should) about STDs