Teen, unmarried birth rates rise

12/6/2007 | Reuters

Pregnancies among teenagers and unmarried women in the U.S. have risen, with the teenage birth rate increasing in 2006 for the first time since 1991, and the rate among single women hitting an all-time high of 38.5% of all live births. Rates for black and Hispanic women were considerably higher than those for whites.

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