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Parents who talk about safe sex with their teens may have a positive impact, even if they're not always sure the message is getting through.
This is especially true for teenage girls who chat with their moms, a new study suggests.
The study authors also reported that the link between parent communication and a teen's contraceptive and condom use was significantly stronger for girls than boys."Results of this study confirm that parent-adolescent sexual communication is a protective factor for youth," they wrote. According to data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 47 percent of all high school students in the U. have had sex at least once, and one-third are sexually active.DON'T be judgmental or punitive"Don't shut kids down," said Walker."Don't shut down the lines of communication, like saying, 'If you ever do this, then you're out of the house.'" She said if something were to happen - an unplanned pregnancy or a sexual assault - a teen needs to know they could come to a parent and talk with them and get help.But sometimes those conversations are tough to start, or awkward even if they do get started.CBS News asked a few experts for some do's and don'ts to help parents tackle the topic with their teens.