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500 Bay Area Women And Teens Will Attend UCSF Conference On Women's And Teen Health, Saturday March 20

More than 500 Bay Area women and teen girls are expected to attend UCSF's sixthannual Women and Teen Health 2000 symposia, called "Optimizing Your Health forthe New Millennium." MEDIA ARE INVITED TO COVER THE EVENT: DATE: SATURDAY, MARCH 20 TIME: 8:30 AM-4:30 PM LOCATI...

Differences In Brain Function Found For Attention Deficit Disorder

... with a small group andneeds to be replicated with girls as well as with more boys before they can becertain they have found a universal neurobiological marker for the disorder. They also reported that they tried the experiment on three other boys who hadnot been diagnosed with ADD but who had siblings wit...

Six Football Players Died In 1997 Season: New Study

...alexaminations for boys -- and the small number of girls -- who want to playfootball. Such exams sometimes reveal hidden conditions that make heavy exertionhazardous. Parents should make sure their children are insured againstcatastrophic injury and that medical assistance is available during practice andg...

The Condom Conundrum--How Are We Going To Teach Safe Behavior If Parents Are Afraid To Talk To Their Children About Sex?

...hen they have sex for the first time. Few teenage girls go on birth control pills before having sex for the first time, so if they aren't using condoms, they aren't using any kind of birth control." Morrison also thinks that condoms should be distributed at little or no cost in schools or restroom vending...

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