STRATEGIES to reduce Scotland's teenage pregnancy rate are to be probed to see if they are working.
What does PR stand for?
PR stands for Pregnancy Rate
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- Potomac Runners (Washington, DC area running group)
- Pour Remercier (French: to express thanks)
- Power Rangers (cartoon)
- Power Rating (gaming)
- Power Repeatability (Agilent)
- Prairie (street suffix)
- Prandtl Number
- Prayer Request
- Precipitation Radar
- Preliminary Review
- Presidência da República (Portugal)
- Presidente da República (Portuguese President)
- Presidente da República (Portuguese: President of the Republic)
- Presidente da República (President of the Republic)
- Press Release
- Pressure Ratio
- Pressure Recorder
- Pressure Regulator (valve)
- Preston (postcode, United Kingdom)
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For analytical purposes, teen pregnancy rate trend data were generated for the periods 2001 to 2010, 2001 to 2005, and 2006 to 2010.
If you look at the abstracts of all these papers, they list these huge significance factors, but if you're looking at tens of thousands of cycles, a very small reduction in pregnancy rate is highly, highly significant," said Dr.
The overall pregnancy rate declined by 17% in both developed and developing regions compared to 1995, and more than half of this decline was in the unintended pregnancy rate, which fell by 29% in developed regions and by 20% in developing regions, which is associated with increasing contraceptive use.
1) The study, the first to evaluate global pregnancy levels by intention and outcome, found that from 1995 to 2008, the global pregnancy rate declined by 17% in both developed and developing regions.
7 PREGNANCY rates among teenagers in the North East have fallen, according to new figures.
North Carolina's teen pregnancy rate fell to a record low in 2009, according to new data released by the N.
In 2002, the unintended pregnancy rate among all young women ages 15-17 was 40 per 1,000 people, which was less than the rate of 51 per 1,000 for all women; however, only 27% of the young women in that age group reported being sexually active.