Category - teen
This report is an update of previously published state-level statistics, which included state-level statistics through 2005 and national-level statistics to 2006. 1 updated national-level teen pregnancy statistics through 2008 were published in early 2012. Among fatally injured drivers ages 15-17 in 2008-12, 29 percent were in minicars or small cars, while 20 percent of fatally injured drivers ages 35-50 were. Eighty-two percent of the young teen drivers were in vehicles that were at least 6 years old, compared with 77 percent of those in the adult group. when most of the television a teen watches is sexual in nature, risk for teen pregnancy doubles compared to kids who watch little or no sexually-themed television. Statistics and facts from various studies on eating disorders anorexia, bulimia, and binge-eating. Get stats on recovery and mortality rates associated with teenage eating disorders. Also an average of how long teen eating disorders generally last. Reaching its lowest teen pregnancy and birth rates in years. Sexual behavior, sexual attraction, and sexual identity in the united states data from the 2006-2008 national survey of family growth. Teenagers (ages 15 through 19) increased in 20fter a steady decline since 1991. However, in each of 20, the teen birth rate dropped below the 2006 teen birth rate, reversing the two-year upward trend. Between 20 the number of human trafficking victims identified worldwide more than tripled from 30,961 to 105,787. Though such statistics also lead to a degree of optimism among. According to teen driver safety statistics compiled by the national highway traffic safety administration,1,830 young drivers ages 15 to 20 years old died in motor vehicle crashes in 2017. Although dire, this represents a 4 percent decrease from the 1,916 young drivers who died in motor vehicle crashes in 2016. men generally waited until they were more established in life which was usually when they were in their twenties or early thirties. In 1371, due to the plague, the average age at marriage for men was 24, and for women, it was 16. By 1427, the average male of all classes did not wed til he was in his mid-30s, usually choosing a bride about half.