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Research Paper Second Chance March 122001 Teenage Pregnancy Each year more than one million teenagers become pregnant between the ages of 15-19 In 1990 a study was taken and was found that the rate of teen pregnancy was 74 for every 1000 teens 45 results in conceived babies 27 results in abortion 28 in miscarriage By the age 19 8 will be white teen pregnancy 19 will be black teen pregnancy 13 will be Hispanics It is a known fact that the United States has the highest pregnancy rate in the western part of the world in 1988 13 of all babies were born out of wedlock Of 12554 babies 62 were born to teenagers 15yrs and younger Teens with only one baby are less likely to have another and studies done by the National Center for Health statistics records that the teen birth rate has been falling steadily since 1991 6 for first birth babies and the rate of second birth has fallen to 21 The majority of teens will have problems staying in school to get there education and most likely to have babies with developmental delay in their growth A studying done by centers for disease control and prevention shows that abstinence is the only effective way to prevent teen pregnancy sexually transmitted disease STD and Sexually transmitted infections STI To help teenagers to stop becoming pregnant the parents need to participate in children activity and need to be more open mind and understand the child needs Teens having sex to early in life because most teens who had sex early were mostly sexually abused perhaps raped by a member of the family That makes alot of them think that it would be okay to have sex because of the predicament they were in Lerman 14 Majority of teens who do not use any birth control methods such as condoms depo provera girls condoms or even pills wound up being
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