Texts for sexual health

22nd June 2007 at 01:00
Teenagers will be able to get advice on sexual health by text, the sexual health charity Brook has said. Lisa Bartlett, manager of the Ask Brook service, said: "Younger teenagers and others who are less likely to use sexual health services, including boys and young men, can feel more comfortable communicating by text than by telephone." The service has been funded by a pound;90,000 grant from the Vodafone UK Foundation.

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