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US has the highest rate of teen pregnancies among developed countries world wide. Each year at least 1 million teens become pregnant. At least 29.6% of them smoke tobacco.

Pregnant teens are at risk for lower birth weights of their children, preterm delivery without consideration of added risk factors, such as smoking. When smoking is added to the teenís profile, obstetrical risks double.