Teens speak more openly with doctors in private

By Ronnie Cohen NEW YORK (Reuters Health) – Teenagers are more likely to discuss topics like sexual health and drug use with their doctors if their parents are out of the room for at least part of their check-up, a new study shows. It’s really important for them to be there to foster conversation with a doctor,” said study author Matthew Aalsma, of Indiana University School of Medicine in Indianapolis.
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