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In Your Kids At Risk Dr. Meeker explains the facts behind the epidemic, tracing the causes, from our overemphasis on birth control to the "false sexual world" created by television, the movies and the media. If you're a parent or guardian, teacher or relative, of a teen-ager, this book can help you understand the dynamics behind this frightening medical phenomenon, and show you what you can do to keep your child from becoming another statistic.
Number of Pages: 256
Vendor: Regnery Publishing
Publication Date: 2007
|Dimensions: 9.00 X 6.00 (inches)|
Internet-Protect Your Kids: Keep Your Children Safe from the Dark Side of TechnologyStephen Arterburn, Roger MarshThomas Nelson / 2007 / Trade Paperback$10.99 Retail:
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Sexually transmitted diseases among teens has become a full blown epidemic a national emergency that's killing our kids. In this groundbreaking book Dr. Meeker uncovers the story of this serious epidemic and the pattern of political correctness and marketing hype that has caused this tidal wave of disease.
Beverly Ruhland5 Stars Out Of 5August 6, 2008Beverly RuhlandTruly an eye opening book that should be read by all parents and guardians to educate on the many risks of sex. This book has facts on how we've bought into the lie of safe sex as sold us by the many forms of media, as well as many professionals. It's time for all to grasp the seriousness of this dangerous trend.
Audrea Mitchell5 Stars Out Of 5May 19, 2008Audrea MitchellProvides interesting stats on STD's in our home nation concerning our youth. A real eye opener for parents who thinks "no way my child will ever consider" and gets parents on the track of "what can I do to prevent this,not only in my child, but everyone else's". Parents no longer need to stand aside and leave all the responsibility of teaching our youth about sexuality to schools and doctors. This book will be a useful tool in unveiling to my children the truth about how dangerous sex can be. Every parent needs to read it.