Worries over sex ignorance

8th April 2005 at 01:00
Eight out of 10 healthcare workers believe there should be more sex education in schools. A survey, held to mark National Condom Week, revealed 41 per cent believe ignorance is the main reason young people have unsafe sex.

Seventy-nine of the 200 workers surveyed thought teenagers worry most about contracting chlamydia, while half said HIV should be their greatest concern.

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