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Many people in todays society believe that the only thing involving teen pregnancy is harsh judgment but in reality there is so much more than that In the article Teen Motherhood and Long-Term Health Consequences the author begins to announce a series of statistics and control group experiments to acquire information pertaining to the mental and physical health of teen mothers as they age compared to other mothers This article is very strong on its use of statistics and experiments dating all the way back to the late 1970s It fails to mention who conducts such experiments as well as who gathers the information The author only seems to have numbers and types of young women throughout the research This article fails in having a stand The title of the article seems to get right to the point and leaves no room for mystery or interpretation It gets straight to the point Teen Motherhood and Long-Term Health Consequences tells the reader right off that bat that something goes wrong down the line in the life of a young teen mother but we do not know the details yet It makes a point of being very frightening and almost worrisome It had me hooked and interested in the passage The title is also a little too long in my opinionThe claim the author begins to mention is that there are related reasons for such health outcomes such as ones back round The abstract of the article written on page one reads The objective of this article is to examine the association of teen motherhood and long-term physical and mental health outcomes Teen motherhood has an underlying health consequence The reason behind this problem is due to increasing health costs it may or may not be accompanied by ill health from teen mothers thus is it in publics concern if more teen mothers are on the rise Research has not gone deep enough for this
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