Baby simulator programs ‘increase teen pregnancy risk, not reduce it’ – Medical News Today


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Baby simulator programs 'increase teen pregnancy risk, not reduce it'
Medical News Today
Researchers found teenage girls who participated in the Virtual Infant Parenting (VIP) program – Australia's baby simulator program – were more likely to become pregnant than those who did not take part. The findings come from an analysis of more than …
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