FC: Teenage Pregnancy By: Brooke Caldwell
1: Does society know how many negative affects come from teenage pregnancy? The U.S teenage birthrate is the highest in the developed world ("Teenage Pregnancy Statistics in the U.S Compared To other Countries"). Society needs to take steps towards preventing teen pregnancy because it has negative effect on the teen’s future and life as well as their child’s future.
2: Teenage pregnancy usually affects the mother in the future or at the moment. Teens that get pregnant in high school are less likely to continue their education ("Teen Pregnancy"). Only about 1/3 of teens mothers ever earn a high school diploma, and only 1.5% of those teens receive a college degree ("Teen Pregnancy").
3: There are more than a quarter of teens who report physical abuse in their relationships ("Teen Pregnancy"). They also have health risks such as anemia, sexually transmitted disease ect ("Teen Pregnancy").
4: Teen’s pregnancy has the most effect on the child’s future. The children typically receive less medical care and treatment than other children born to older mothers ("Teen Pregnancy"). That usually happens because their parents don’t have the money.
5: Children belonging to teenage mothers also suffer from abuse as well as neglect and lower levels of capacity learning ("Tiop 20 Ill Effects Of Teenage Pregnancy"). The parents don’t pay attention to them and also they have hard time learning in school.
6: Now that you have read about teenage pregnancy are you going to help stop teenage pregnancy? That was ways Teenagers and children future and life's are going to be effected.
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