Teenage Birth Rates Higher in More Unequal Rich Countries

by Equality Trust on Oct 22, 2013 | Views: 61 | Score: 0
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Equality Trust on Oct 22, 2013 12:27 PM said:

The differences in teen birth rates between countries is striking. Babies born to teenage mothers are more likely to have low birth weight, to be born prematurely, to be at higher risk of dying in infancy and, as they grow up, to be at greater risk of educational failure, juvenile crime and becoming teenage parents themselves.