Girls exposed to ‘electronic babies’ more likely to become pregnant, study finds – The Guardian


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Girls exposed to 'electronic babies' more likely to become pregnant, study finds
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Teenagers in London with the electronic dolls, which have been used in 89 countries. Girls taking part in an Australian study were found to be more likely to become pregnant if they had been exposed to the dolls. Photograph: Graham Turner for the Guardian.
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