Posted Jan 30, 2010, updated Jan 30, 2010.
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Within 2 years of having sex for the first time, half of teenage girls may be at least one of three common sexually transmitted infections (STIs), according to results of a study published today. Often, those girls are infected by the age of 15.
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