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Contributions of alcohol use to teenage pregnancy and sexually transmitted infection rates

Abstract

This reports explains the relationship between alcohol consumption and teenage sexual risk in England using small geographical level datasets to identify hotspots of overlapping risk behaviour in young people.

Information Type

Report

Geographical Level

National

Population Level

All

Source

North West Public Health Observatory

Keywords

alcohol, drinking, teenage pregnancy, teenage conception, STI, STD, sexually transmitted, sexual health

Status

Current
AttachmentSize
teenage-pregnancy-alcohol-2010.pdf2.92 MB

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