Most teen pregnancies in New York among whites; black rate continues to drop: Study

April 1996
Jet;4/29/96, Vol. 89 Issue 24, p40
Reports on the results of a study on the health of children in New york City. Comparison of teenage pregnancy for white and black girls; Children living in poverty; Life expectancy for black and white children.


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