Which statistic is consistent with the idea that parenting as a teen is more challenging than parenting later in life? the risk of preeclampsia is twice as high in females over age 18. it costs an average of $245,000 to raise a child to the age of 18. teen mothers have higher rates of depression than older mothers. the percentage of married parents has decreased from 73 percent in 1960 to 46 percent today.
The reason behind it is that Teen mothers have higher rates of depression than older mothers.Explanation:
The researchers found that girls ranging from 15 to 19 are very emotional and they experience more postpartum depression at a rate that was twice as high as women aged 25 and older. Therefore we can say that teen mothers are more likely to experience posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) than other teenage women which is the correct option among given options.
School is an important fact that makes parenting as a teen harder than an adult
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The risk of preeclampsia is twice as high in females under age 18 - females who give birth between 10 and 18 years old are at a much higher risk of preeclampsia
It costs an average of $245,000 to raise a child to the age of 18 - for all income families
Parents who marry before age 18 are twice as likely to divorce as older couples - the statistics are around 50% of couples who marry before 18 will end in divorce especially if they are parents.
These are consistent with the idea that parenting as a teen is more challenging than parenting in later life. The health risks are higher, divorce rates are higher often leading to single parent households which is extra challenging if you are young, the cost of raising a child is high and is a huge burden financially if you are still at school or trying to get your first job or hold down several jobs at once just to afford looking after your kid.
The risk of preeclampsia is twice as high in females under age 18.
Studies show that women under the age of 18 and over 40 have a high chance of developing preeclampsia. This is because the body of these women is not at the appropriate time to support a pregnancy.
Preeclampsia is among the leading causes of maternal mortality. Preeclampsia is a condition that can appear in both pregnancy and postpartum, characterized by increased blood pressure associated with some organ dysfunction (kidney, liver, brain) and protein in the urine.
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