May 31, 2017 · Abortion rates for teens peaked in 1988 at 43.5 per thousand; compared with the 2008 rate, that represents a decline of 59%. Although teen birth and abortion rates have been on a steady decline for more than two decades, in 2006 there was a short-lived increase in both the teenage birth and abortion rate. Both rates resumed their decline. May 05, 2014 · Rates of teen pregnancy, birth and abortion have declined dramatically in the United States since their peak in the early 1990s. In 2010, some 614,000 pregnancies occurred among teenage women aged 15–19, for a rate of 57.4 pregnancies per 1,000 women that age.
Less favorable socioeconomic conditions, such as low education and low income levels of a teen’s family, may contribute to high teen birth rates. 7 Teens in child welfare systems are at higher risk of teen pregnancy and birth than other groups. For example, young women living in foster care are more than twice as likely to become pregnant than those not in foster care. 8. Dec 13, 2018 · Teen pregnancy, birth, and abortion rates have all declined since the early 1990s. However, the proportion of teen pregnancies that end in abortion peaked in 1985, at 40 percent, and has been mostly decreasing since then. In 2013, 24 percent of teen pregnancies ended in abortion. 2.
This report from the National Center for Health Statistics presents revised pregnancy rates for 2000–2005 and new rates for 2006–2008 for U.S. women through age 44.Rates are also presented for pregnancy outcomes (live birth, induced abortion, and fetal loss), by age, race, and Hispanic origin, and by marital status. Teen pregnancy, birth and abortion rates in the United States all reached new historic lows in 2011, according to two new analyses (national and state) from the Guttmacher Institute. In 2011, about 553,000 pregnancies occurred among teen women aged 15–19, for a national rate of 52.4 pregnancies per 1,000 women in that age-group.
Oct 13, 2018 · • In 2011, the teen birth rate in the United States fell to the lowest level recorded in nearly 70 years of tracking teen childbearing. • In 2008, the teen pregnancy rate among African American and Hispanic teen girls, ages 15 to 19, was over two and a half times higher than the teen pregnancy rate among Caucasian teen girls of the same age group.Author: Christina Gochnauer. May 26, 2011 · God, religion, atheism and teen pregnancy. What is the relationship between religious belief, or lack thereof, and teenage pregnancy? This article uses data and statistics from the US and around the world to demonstrate a correlation between religiosity and teen pregnancy. Rates of church attendance, prayer and rates of teen pregnancy, abortion and birthrate are analyzed.Reviews: 19.