Jourdan Dunn is not visibly pregnant on the cover, and Teen Vogue Editor-in-Chief Amy Astley said the magazine didn't know about Dunn's pregnancy until after the photo shoot. But she said that editors didn't consider pulling the cover Dunn shares with fellow model Chanel Iman. The cover has raised eyebrows among some parents, teens and advocates against teen pregnancy. Maybe if she's on the cover to tell them 'Be careful,' that's one thing," said Catherine Essig, a year-old sophomore at Dallas' Southern Methodist University, who was concerned about and year-old readers. Many advocates said parents should use the cover as a way to talk to their kids about sex and the importance of planning pregnancies for the right moment in their lives. The London native told Teen Vogue that her unplanned pregnancy has been hard.
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A pregnant Los Angeles model is sparking conversation across the Internet for her extremely fit physique. Sarah Stage, 30, has visible abdominal muscles even though she was almost 9 months pregnant in early March. Stage regularly posts pictures of her baby bump on her Instagram account, where she has 1. The model posts pictures of herself working out and of her healthy meals.
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In , six pregnant teens allowed MTV to film their pregnancies in the hopes that youngsters watching the resultant show — 16 and Pregnant — would learn from their mistakes and wait to start families. They were also hoping for good ratings, of course. Births to teen moms have been steadily dropping since , down 44 percent in nine years, according to the CDC. Rates dropped nine percent from to alone, reaching a historic low of
Teenage pregnancy and frequent use of alcohol and drugs in the home environment. Escola Paulista de Medicina. Cases consisted of primigravid teenagers assisted in prenatal care programs in health units. Controls were nulligravid students from state public schools. Standardized instruments identified demographic and educational factors, contraceptive behavior, mental health problems, and family characteristics.