Young mother

Miller, Berna
June 1997
American Demographics;Jun97, Vol. 19 Issue 6, p36
Presents survey of teenage births and proportion of women under 20 years old that are giving birth in the United States and developing countries. Countries that has dropped in number of teen mothers; Factors that contribute to the differences in rates of teen childbirth; Problems resulting from teen pregnancies.


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