CHICAGO (AP) - At least one in four teenage girls nationwide has
a sexually transmitted disease, or more than 3 million teens,
according to the first study of its kind in this age group.
A virus that causes cervical cancer is by far the most common
sexually transmitted infection in teen girls aged 14 to 19, while
the highest overall prevalence is among black girls - nearly half
the blacks studied had at least one STD. That rate compared with 20
percent among both whites and Mexican-American...Full Story