Teens Now Less Likely to Have Second Baby, New Study Shows

Smith, Sandra S.
May 1999
Public Health Reports;May/Jun99, Vol. 114 Issue 3, p282
Academic Journal
Focuses on the study `Declines in Teenage Birth Rates, 1991-1997: National and State Patterns.' Findings of the study.


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