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Barclay C. Use of infant simulators does not reduce teenage pregnancies. Practitioner 2016;260 (1799):10-11

Use of infant simulators does not reduce teenage pregnancies

15 Dec 2016Pais-up subscribers

Providing teenage girls with an infant simulator doll for a few days appeared to increase rather than decrease the risk of pregnancy, in a study from Western Australia.

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