Essay on Teen Pregnancy And Teen Pregnancies

2158 Words Nov 9th, 2016 9 Pages
Due to new and improved items used to prevent teen pregnancy, the numbers of unintended teen pregnancies are drastically falling. Items such as, birth control, condoms, and more education on safe sex are promoting women to wait to have a child until later in life. Many individuals disagree with women becoming pregnant at a young age. As well as, people point out the advantages of preventing teen pregnancy, like keeping children in school. Multiple authors will be assisting pointing out the advantages and disadvantages of preventing teen pregnancies, as well as credited along the way. Each author 's different views, and their own ways to prevent pregnancy will be contained throughout the essay. Advantages along the topic will be stated, as followed by thr disadvantages that coordinate with each advantage.
The number of unintended teen pregnancies has decreased in a time lapse of more than ten years. Teen pregnancy has come a long way since the late 90’s with information proving that teen pregnancy has declined from 1990 to 2014. The article “Trends in Teen Pregnancies” (2016) states, “Between 1990 and 2010 teen pregnancy has declined over 50%” (para. 1). The dramatic changes in the percent of teen pregnancies were moved with the new founded birth control. As well as, more educated teens by their mothers and family members. Though the United States has hit an all time low in teen pregnancy, the pregnancy rates in teens is still higher than in many other countries.

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