Posts Tagged ‘teenage pregnancy’

Teenage Pregnancy: Other Risks

Posted on June 25th, 2011, by kelebek

Teenage pregnancy to a great extend affects and limits young mother’s future prospects as to her personal development, professional career and other potential achievements. Statistic shows that only about 30% of teenagers, who became parents before the age of 18, have a high school diploma, and only 1.5% of them have a degree of college […]


Teenage Pregnancy: Occurrence And Risks

Posted on June 15th, 2011, by kelebek

Despite of steadily decreasing rates of teenage pregnancy within the last decades in our country, this problem remains among the topical issues in modern American society, along with obesity, AIDS and drug abuse. In 2002 the rate of teenage births (from 15 to 19 years) totaled about 11% of all the births in the United […]


Teenage Premarital Pregnancy

Posted on February 11th, 2011, by kelebek

Pregnancy is one of the most important and responsible periods in life of a woman. Waiting for and delivering a baby is beautiful and exciting, but, at the same time, bringing a new person to this world is always accompanied with big changes, big efforts, with being dependent and not free, or with other significant […]

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