Dayton Daily News Reports Meg Meeker talking about Sex at Alter High School

Teens who have sex now, run a greater risk of harming themselves physically and psychologically than if they waited until they were adults.
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KETTERING — Teens who have sex now, run a greater risk of harming themselves physically and psychologically than if they waited until they were adults.

KETTERING — Teens who have sex now, run a greater risk of harming themselves physically and psychologically than if they waited until they were adults.

That’s one of the messages Dr. Meg Meeker, pediatrician and author, will present to the public and parents and students of Alter High School during the high school’s Prom Promise Week.

Meeker, 51, of Traverse City, Mich., will speak at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, April 29, at the St. Albert The Great Parish Center, 3033 Far Hills Ave. She will address Alter High School students the following day.

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