Of course, while pregnant, Kardashian didnt cut off the cameras altogether. Photographed wearing everything from figure-clutching dresses to itty-bitty bikinis, she also posed in edgy photos for Karl Lagerfeld for a new magazine, CR Fashion Book , just a month before North was born. 5. She went on the Atkins diet. After delivering her baby, Kardashian told Leno this week she has lost 50 pounds thanks to the high protein, low carb diet, a plan, she added, she had formerly had success with as a college student. I’ve actually been doing the Atkins diet & luv it, she tweeted earlier this month.She also has said she does workouts with celeb trainer (and Gwyneth Paltrow partner) Tracy Anderson, according to Us Weekly . 6.
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Teen Pregnancy: 7.3 Million Teenage Births In Developing World, UN Says
“The birth or pregnancy in one adolescent is unacceptable. One,” Osotimehin told reporters in London. “Whether it’s going up for down is not the issue 7.3 million is huge.” The report was careful to note that some girls under 18 want to become pregnant. It stressed the health and educational benefits of waiting, like better health, educational and future income opportunities and called for a new approach to curbing teen pregnancies that minimizes the emphasis placed on girls’ behavior as an underlying cause.
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Reducing Unplanned Pregnancy
One recent study, for instance, found that existing publicly funded contraceptive services saved federal and state governments $7.6 billion per year by averting an estimated 2.2 million unwanted pregnancies. Unintended Pregnancy Highest Among Less-Educated and Unmarried Women Unmarried women account for 70 percent of all unintended pregnancies and 72 percent of all unwanted births, while unintended birth rates are nearly four times higher for high school drop outs than for college graduates: What if fewer pregnancies were unintended? We investigated the potential impact of reducing unintended pregnancy for less educated women to the same rates as college graduates. Helping these women have the same level of family planning control would reduce the overall share of births occurring to unmarried women from 36 percent to 27 percent. These reductions are big, but not unattainable.
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