Pregnancy

  • Journal Article

    An Economic Model of Teenage Pregnancy Decision-Making

    Teenagers with greater time values are more likely to choose abortion, and Mexican-American girls are more likely to carry their pregnancies to term.

    Dec 31, 1985

  • Report

    The Response of the Schools to Teenage Pregnancy and Parenthood: Executive Summary

    Describes the response of 11 local education agencies to student pregnancy and parenthood, defines different types of programs, suggests models that might be used in other locations, and offers conclusions for policymakers on the federal, state, ...

    Dec 31, 1980

  • Report

    Teenage Parenthood: A Review of Risks and Consequences

    Examines concerns surrounding adolescent reproduction: (1) which groups are most at risk for pregnancy and parenthood; (2) the effects of early parenthood on the parents; and (3) which groups are most vulnerable to these effects.

    Dec 31, 1980

  • Report

    Early Adolescent Childbearing: Some Further Notes.

    Teenage pregnancy has been on the rise in America since the mid-sixties. The growing number of births occurring to adolescents, especially to 14- and 15-year-old girls, foreshadows serious and far-reaching consequences for society. Whereas many tee...

    Dec 31, 1977

  • Content

    Sydne Newberry

    Research Communications Analyst; Medical Editor for the Southern California Evidence-Based Practice Center
    Education Ph.D. in nutritional biochemistry and metabolism, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

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