The latest news on teen pregnancy
Since 1991, rate has dropped by nearly half, health officials find
Substance-abuse programs may improve young women's education, income prospects
Having a child before age 20 linked to 32 percent greater odds of obesity, study finds
The “morning after pill” must be made available to people of all ages without restriction, federal judge says.
Having both potential parents use barrier forms of birth control makes more sense, and instills a sense of responsibility for both.
Surveys find sexual intercourse, pregnancy more common at 14 and older
Study found childbirth rate 5 times higher than national average
People living in the least healthy areas of U.S. twice as likely to die early, report says
Youth development is an essential component
Preterm and low-birth-weight babies also down, researchers add