Teen Pregnancy Associated With Poverty, Low Education
The Charleston (WV) State Journal (3/27, Burdette) reports that "a report released last week by Auburn University shows that the high poverty levels and low educational attainment among women have a direct correlation to the region's high number of teen births." The article notes that the report "finds that the instances of teen pregnancies and sexually transmitted diseases in the southern region reflect differences in sociodemographic and economic factors such as education, income and availability of sexual health information to young people."
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Yayınlanma Tarihi : 28 Mart 2012 Çarşamba, 17:12