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Roughly a third of both male and female high school students reported being sexually active in 30 percent for both males and females.
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Analysis of major surveys from , and suggests today's sexually active students are less likely to regularly use condoms and other contraception than those surveyed 11 years ago. Teens that have had conversations with their parents about safe sex are more likely to make healthier choices about sex and less likely to have an unplanned pregnancy or get a sexually transmitted infection.
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