Fewer U.S. Teens are Baby Mamas Than Ever Before

The number of U.S. babies born to babies (teen mothers) hit record lows in 2011, according to new data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, published in the journal Pediatrics today. 20-somethings followed their lead, although the birth rate increased for ladies in their late 30s and early 40s. » 2/11/13 10:15am 2/11/13 10:15am

Teen Pregnancy Costs State Nearly $155 Million In A Year

Lawmakers in Mississippi haven't responded to pressure from groups pushing for comprehensive sex education, so health advocates put the problem into terms they could understand. In addition to the tremendous emotional and financial costs for teens who get pregnant, a new analysis found that these young parents cost… » 9/09/11 12:25pm 9/09/11 12:25pm

Cameron "Crater Face" Diaz Feels Our Pimple Pain

  • Something Cameron Diaz and that goiter on our forehead parading as a pimple have known forever: Women are more likely than men to suffer from adult acne. [Science Daily]
  • A woman whose canoe capsized survived 19 hours at sea, clinging to her bag in the choppy water, until rescuers spotted her off the coast of Maui.…
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