This file photo from 2009 shows a pregnant teen who lives at a home for unwed mothers in Raleigh at the Christian Life Home. Teen pregnancies in North Carolina have declined 62 percent since 1996, according to state figures.
This file photo from 2009 shows a pregnant teen who lives at a home for unwed mothers in Raleigh at the Christian Life Home. Teen pregnancies in North Carolina have declined 62 percent since 1996, according to state figures. Candice C. Cusic The News & Observer
This file photo from 2009 shows a pregnant teen who lives at a home for unwed mothers in Raleigh at the Christian Life Home. Teen pregnancies in North Carolina have declined 62 percent since 1996, according to state figures. Candice C. Cusic The News & Observer

Teen pregnancies are way down in N.C. Here’s why.

October 04, 2017 06:00 AM

UPDATED October 07, 2017 02:56 PM

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