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Nothing is more important to the well-being of our society than bringing healthy children into the world, supported by adults, ready to learn and with the opportunity to succeed. However, research at the national and state levels indicates that nearly 50 percent of all pregnancies are unplanned – meaning that women would have preferred to become pregnant either later or not at all. Women with unplanned pregnancies are more likely to begin care later in the pregnancy, use alcohol or tobacco, have an abortion, less likely to breastfeed or enroll in WIC and have infants at increased risk for reduced cognitive, behavioral or emotional development.
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