Essay on British Pregnancy and Condoms

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The number of pregnancies across England and Wales, conceptions compared with 896,466 in 2009. An increase of this group with the exception of women aged under twenty. The teenage pregnancy rate in England and Wales has reached its lowest level since 1969,men and women of these countries hold a similar opinion, “ Family may also be valued more highly during to be out of work, they may have more time to spend on a child due to financial concerns cause by recession.”
According to most of Britain apparently young women choose to look at sister to sister relationships as an influential impact because sisters generally spend more time together than with school mates or other friends and are therefore likely to be influenced by the
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The number of pregnancies across England and Wales, conceptions compared with 896,466 in 2009. An increase of this group with the exception of women aged under twenty. The teenage pregnancy rate in England and Wales has reached its lowest level since 1969,men and women of these countries hold a similar opinion, “ Family may also be valued more highly during to be out of work, they may have more time to spend on a child due to financial concerns cause by recession.”
According to most of Britain apparently young women choose to look at sister to sister relationships as an influential impact because sisters generally spend more time together than with school mates or other friends and are therefore likely to be influenced by the behaviour of each other. Also scientific evidence suggest younger children in big families are influenced by their brothers’ and sisters’ sexual activity. The research by British and Norwegian scientist showed that there is evidence that shows better education of women leads to lower teenage pregnancy rates. Some of the writers said this, “Teenage pregnancy could be ‘contagious’ behavior for girls influenced by their elder sisters who have children while they are still young.”

Following the last quote, the department for children, schools and families spokeswoman said there had been a 23% reduction in the number of under- 18 year olds giving birth since 1998. The study shows the fall in the number of teenage pregnancies since the 1960’s
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