Health officials are trying to use teenagers’ favorite technology, the cell phone, to fight disease and unwanted pregnancies, reports the New York Times. The special cell phone, set on vibrate, begins to whir. Throughout North Carolina, anonymous teenagers are texting questions to it about sex. “If you take a shower before you have sex, are you less likely to get pregnant?” asks one. Another: “Does a normal penis have wrinkles?” A young girl types: “If my BF doesn’t like me to be loud during sex but I can’t help it, what am I supposed to do?” Within 24 hours, each...

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