CNN reported July 11 that according to the National
Institutes of Health
, U.S. teen pregnancies in 2006 rose for the first time since 1991….
In the same article, CNN reported a “striking decrease” in the percentage of 8th graders smoking….
While federal health experts were at a loss to explain the spike in teen pregnancies, a CDC official said smoking abated due to “efforts convincing kids and adults not to smoke,” according to CNN.
So teaching smoking abstinence works, reminiscent of last decade’s “Just Say No” drug abstinence campaign….

Continue reading my column today, “Linking U.S. teen pregnancies and AIDS in Africa,” on WorldNetDaily.com.

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