2 Jun 2016

Teen pregnancies fell again last year, to another historic low, according to the CDC’s National Vital Statistics Report. Last year, the birth rate for U.S. teens dropped 8%. Rates have been falling since 1991, and this marks yet another new low. Experts cite a range of factors, including less sex, positive peer influence, and more consistent use of birth control. (The New York Times, 6/2)

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