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The new curriculum is a response to concerns from Palm Beach County Health Department officials that the existing sex education classes for elementary and middle school students do not have enough information about the prevention of pregnancy or sexually transmitted infections. The old curriculum teaches sixth-graders about sexually transmitted diseases and how to have sex to pressure to resist, but had few details about sexually transmitted diseases, and does not mention condoms, the Post reported. Jean Malecki, director the Department of of Health began to criticize the old curriculum about a year ago.

State Sen. Ted Deutch is sponsoring a measure , the public schools in the state to receive public funding for sex education would require offer a comprehensive curriculum. Deutch has studies that many parents and teachers do not believe sex education programs in the state were effectively help to prevent teenagers pregnancy and STDs cited found.Canary last week withdrawn on the fifth annual conference of the International Society of Stem Cell Research in Cairns, Australia, to his team were new embryonic stem cells with individual cells of from three separate embryonic create. These embryos Me been frozen, Lanza said, adding: They are are still alive. He also: These are the opening human embryonic cell line in existence from the destruction of from the destruction of an embryo (Reuters.

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