Southern NM teen birth rates fall, still above national average
Teen birth rates are falling in southern New Mexico as school districts seek to address the problem and implement comprehensive sexual education, but many counties in the region still see rates twice the national average.
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#1 May 19, 2013
My middle daughter had a baby at 14yr's let me tell it wasn't a joy in the park her stepfather an I put our foot down on her. She graduated high school in 2010. She just turned 21 Nov 7 an she had another baby that was born in Feb 22,2013 an she's only 21 yrs old The school have a better to stop teen births
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