Teen Pregnancy Directory
Teen pregnancies may be prevalent for a variety of reasons, but one major problem is lack of medical care for these teens. Teen moms need vitamins, tests, and exams to keep the baby and mother safe and healthy. Teens are at a higher risk of having a premature birth, a low-birth-weight baby, and more. Teens who are pregnant should ask for emotional support and be sure to get the nutrition and health care needed for a safe pregnancy. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about teen pregnancies, medical needs, causes and factors, and much more.
Teen Pregnancy: Medical Risks and Realities
Teen pregnancy comes with unique challenges. WebMD looks at the statistics, the health risks teen pregnancy poses, and ways teens can ensure a healthy pregnancy.
Teen Sex and Pregnancy Myths
Burst some pregnancy myths and learn how to prevent pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases.
When to Talk to Your Child About Sex
When should you start talking about the birds and the bees? Earlier than you might think.
Where Do Kids Learn About Sex?
Though they may turn stone deaf when you tell them to pick up their rooms or get off the phone, your kids are listening very carefully, experts say, to your opinions about sex.
New Spin on Sex Ed -- Booty Camp!
Booty camps get couples to refocus on sex and their loving relationship.
Abstinence vs. Sex Ed.
We know what kids are doing but what are they learning?
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