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MMWR: Reduced Disparities in Birth Rates Among Teens Aged 15–19 Years — United States, 2006–2007 and

Thursday, April 28, 2016   (0 Comments)

Teen childbearing can have negative health, economic, and social consequences for mothers and their children (1) and costs the United States approximately $9.4 billion annually (2). During 1991–2014, the birth rate among teens aged 15–19 years in the United States declined 61%, from 61.8 to 24.2 births per 1,000, the lowest rate ever recorded (3). 


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