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Subsequent Pregnancies and Births Among Adolescent Mothers

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Center for Prevention and Early Intervention Policy Florida State University
Year Published: 2005
Type: 
Fact Sheet
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Center for Prevention and Early Intervention Policy Florida State University
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Center for Prevention and Early Intervention Policy Florida State University
Abstract: 

This fact sheet describes some of the research on factors affecting the likelihood of additional births to teenage mothers . The most important factor in preventing subsequent pregnancies may be the strength of the relationship between the teenage mother and the individual working with her.

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Center for Prevention and Early Intervention Policy Florida State University 1339 East Lafayette Street Tallahassee, Florida 32301; Telephone: 850-922-1300; E-mail: <cpeip@fsu.edu>; Website: http://www.cpeip.fsu.edu/
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