Six teen sexual health myths spread by Web identified in Packard/Stanford study

Erin Digitale writes for a Stanford School of Medicine press release, “Health Web sites that tell teens about sex are often riddled with errors and omissions, according to new research from Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital and the Stanford University School of Medicine. Myths about birth control, sexually transmitted diseases and Pap exams are not dispelled even on several sites reviewed by doctors, the study found.”