A study reveals 5 proven ways Crush™ empowers
Crush™ uses proven scientific methods of behavioral change to help adolescents proactively become advocates for their own reproductive health, even before they start thinking about having sex.
These findings are based on a 2017 randomized controlled clinical trial with 1,210 young women, ages 14 to 18, recruited from across the United States. The study was designed to test the efficacy of Crush™ in promoting the use of effective birth control and utilizing health clinics for sexual and reproductive health services.
Providing this information in an easy-to-use format helps young women engage in better decision-making and increased confidence.
5 proven ways Crush™ empowers
|Crush users are more likely to use health clinics for sexual & reproductive health services.||Crush users are more likely to feel confident in using health clinics for sexual & reproductive health services.||Crush increases users' positive attitudes toward using birth control, every time.||Crush users are more likely to feel in control of using birth control, every time.||Crush users are more knowledgeable about IUDs & implants.|