Teen Pregnancy Update

February 2006
National Women's Health Report;Special2006, p10
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the reasons why the incidence of teen pregnancy in the U.S. has decreased since 2003. It is argued that teenagers engage in less sex and more contraception. Teenagers are also concerned about HIV and AIDS. Changes in attitudes about casual sex include being cautious in engaging in the activity.


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