To begin, Martin, et al. 2012 provides national vital statistics on teen pregnancy. Leishman and Moir 2007 provides a good overview of these broader issues. Demographic studies by organizations like the Alan Guttmacher Institute (Alan Guttmacher Institute 2010) give a statistical description of teenage pregnancy in the United States. The number. Evidence-based teen pregnancy prevention programs have been identified by the US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) TPP Evidence Review External, which used a systematic process for reviewing evaluation studies against a rigorous standard.Currently, the Evidence Review covers a variety of diverse programs, including sexuality education programs, youth development programs.
Oct 14, 2011 · Teen pregnancy rates differ across these three ethnic groups. For the 48 states in this analysis, an ethnic breakdown (for all three ethnic groups) of teen pregnancy and abortion rates was available for 26 states, and of teen birth rates for 43 states. several case studies show that abstinence-only education rarely has a positive effect on Cited by: 192. Jul 30, 2018 · Discover how pregnancy affects the health of teen mothers and their babies. Also learn about effects on fathers, prevention, and more. Teenage pregnancy occurs in Author: Elea Carey And Jill Seladi-Schulman.
Oct 11, 2018 · This page summarizes how teen pregnancy affects educational achievement and economic well-being, teen pregnancy among foster youth and federal efforts to reduce teen pregnancy. It also includes links to numerous NCSL resources and a 50-state map showing teen birth rates among girls aged 15-19, 2015. Regular prenatal visits, pursuing a healthy lifestyle (see our article Healthy Teen Pregnancy), and taking childbirth and parenting classes can help to reduce these risks and prepare a young mother (and/or father) for a great pregnancy, birth, and postpartum period. *This has been claimed by some studies, while also showing disproven in others.