Books that are entertaining yet wholesome and reflect Christian values. Are you searching for a way to keep your older teens occupied this summer? Maybe something that they will enjoy but will also reflect Christian values? Older teens have many distractions — sports, activities, video games, school, work — the list goes on.
Objectives: To examine adolescent attitudes toward accessing contraception through a new pharmacist prescribing model in the State of California. Study design: In-depth telephone interviews were conducted in summer with 30 females ages 18 to 19 in California. Participants were recruited using a social media advertisement. Semi-structured interviews utilized open-ended questions to understand teens' experiences with pharmacies, experiences obtaining contraception, and views on pharmacist prescribing of contraception.
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I love book list requests, and this one is especially good. Reading, while a vital skill for societal functioning, is also a hobby. Because the true teen reluctant readers are the ones worth fighting for. Here are some ideas of YA titles to hand to those kids, particularly those who fall on the older end of teen. Think: 16, 17, 18, even