April 21, 2014

Economy and Other Factors Linked to Decline in Teen Births

The U.S. teen birth rate is lower than it’s ever been since the government began keeping consistent records, and is less than a third of what it was in the late 1950s. What is contributing to the rapid decline? Several factors appear to be at work, including the economy and changes in sexual behavior. Read more at Fact Tank.

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