“3 in 10 teen American girls will get pregnant at least once before age 20. That’s nearly 750,000 teen pregnancies every year” (11 Facts About Teen Pregnancy). The rate for teen pregnancy is drastically climbing to a very high rate. These pregnancies are caused by drugs and alcohol, low socioeconomic status, and peer pressure. The effects of these pregnancies can cause high levels of stress for the mother, a poor environment for the child, and cause the teens who were impregnated to dropout of school and become financially stressed.
Postpartum depression (PPD) is a type of clinical depression which can affect woman after childbirth. PPD is very common among women and is a major public health problem. It is estimated that overall 10 to 15% women experience PND while it ranges from 3.5 to 63.3% in Asian countries. But it is one of the most underdiagnosed condition due to lack of adequate number of studies on the subject. Hence the current study was conducted with an objective of assessing the prevalence of postnatal depression among subjects with normal and caesarian deliveries and to compare the sociodemographic profile between normal and caesarian deliveries.
About 250,000 children participate in child beauty pageants every year, and the number is only increasing. This activity is considered as one of the growing businesses in America which earned over 5 billion dollars every year (Lindsey, 2013). These beauty pageants will sometimes cause parents to abuse their children without knowing it. The Children may be forced to join the contest and they will be taught some kind of bad life lessons. So, the four main reasons why child beauty pageants are harmful are: Firstly, child beauty pageants may lead to overconfident.
"In 2014, an estimated 926,240 abortions took place in the United States alone", (Guttmacher), which have nearly doubled into 2018. Now as abortion rates get higher and teens become more active, these rates will only get worst. But who say that abortions are bad, or even wrong? Over the years of being a Christian we all hear having sex before marriage is a sin and have adopting a baby is nearly death to for you or someone around you. Growing up Christians around me always tried to skew my thought to make adoption a reference of hell.
Issues of Teen Pregnancy in the United StatesDo you think the teen pregnancy rate in the United States will ever go down? Do you know the many risk factors that come into play with teen pregnancy? Do you think girls should be required to be on birth control until a certain age? The United States has the highest teen pregnancy rate in the western world with approximately one million teenage girls becoming pregnant each year. There are many different factors that come into play with girls getting pregnant as a teen.
Foster care is unfavorable to American society, because “according to national statistic 40 to 50 percent of those children will never complete high school. Sixty-six percent of them will be homeless, go to jail or die within one year of leaving the foster care system at 18.” “80 percent of the prison population once was in foster care, and that girls in foster care are 600 percent more likely than the general population to become pregnant before the age of 21.” BRITTANY NUNN (2012), author of Statistics Suggest Bleak Futures for Children Who Grow up in the Foster Care
Haiti is a third world country in the Caribbean that shares a border with the Dominican Republic. In Haiti young girls are often poorly. By 15, a third of girls have been a victim of sexual assault, and after the earthquake in 2010 the teen birth rate grew from 4% to 12%, the child marriage rate in Haiti is above 30%, and most of the rape victims in Haiti are under the age of 18. In 2015 UN peacekeepers, who were sent to Haiti to prevent violence, raped 225 Haitian people about 1/3 of whom were young girls. Haiti is one of the poorest countries in the world, and they have a poor education system.
The largest problem presented is the sheer volume of sexual assault that actually takes place on college campuses. The number of assaults reported each year equate to an assault occurring every 98 seconds in the United States with 1 out of 5 women experiencing sexual assault at some point in their life. It is estimated that 70% of victims of sexual assault will not inform the police or campus directors. There are many theories as to what would keep a victim from speaking out against their attacker and the most pressing theory that comes into play is the fear of the victims being blamed for what happened to them. The blame an individual feels after a sexual assault is arguably the most immense difficulty that is at play with sexual assaults.
Sanger was born into a large family of eleven children. Margaret spent her life creating some kind of method to help women manage the amount of children they wanted to have. Her mother died at an early age because of bearing too many children and having several miscarriages (The Pill). Many women suffered because of unwanted pregnancies. Some could not afford abortions, so they would go and get it done illegally, which was called, “five dollar back alley abortions” (The Pill).