THE SLOW but steady decline in the US teen birth rate from 62.1 to 54.7
per 1000 between 1991 and 1996 is welcome news.1
This represents an approximately 12% reduction during a time when adolescent
sexual activity increased and the number of abortions decreased. Despite this
decline, teen pregnancy is an all-too-common scenario for more than 800000
US adolescent girls each year.2
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