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Teen Pregnancies, Abortions Drop From 1990 to 2004: CDC
Date:4/14/2008

But more recent federal statistics saw uptick in teen pregnancies in 2006

MONDAY, April 14 (HealthDay News) -- Teen pregnancy rates in the United States declined from 1990 to 2004, as did the number of abortions, while the number of pregnancies among unmarried women increased slightly during that period.

Those findings are contained in a report -- "Estimated Pregnancy Rates by Outcome for the United States, 1990-2004" -- released Monday by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's National Center for Health Statistics.

The report said almost 38 percent of pregnancies in 2004 were to women under age 25, down from almost 43 percent in 1990. And the proportion of pregnancies among teens under age 20 dropped from 15 percent in 1990 to 12 percent in 2004.

The report shows there were almost 6.4 million pregnancies in 2004 among women of all ages, about 6 percent fewer than the almost 6.8 million pregnancies in 1990. The 2004 total included 4.11 million live births, 1.22 million induced abortions, and 1.06 million fetal losses (such as stillbirths and miscarriages). In 1990, there were 4.16 million live births, 1.61 million induced abortions and 1.02 million fetal losses.

"This latest pregnancy outcome report finds that there was little change in births and fetal loss numbers between 1990 and 2004. However, abortions fell 24 percent over this time period," said Stephanie Ventura, head of the Reproductive Statistics Branch at the National Center for Health Statistics.

But the encouraging news about teen pregnancy rates was offset by a CDC report with 2006 statistics released in December that said for the first time in 14 years, the number of teens having babies in the United States rose.

That news was accompanied by additional data showing record high rates in 2006 for unmarried women having babies as well as for Caesarean deliveries.

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