'Baby Simulator' Programs May Make Teen Girls More, Not Less, Likely to Become Pregnant, Study Finds

Though they are designed to help deter teen pregnancies, school programs that involve the use of "baby simulators" may have the opposite effect, according to an Australian study published today.
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