Teen birth rate in Indiana
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Definitions: The birth rate for mothers ages 15 through 19 per 1,000 females in each age group.
The Indiana State Department of Health, Epidemiology Resource Center, Data Analysis Team.
Original natality reports available at http://www.in.gov/isdh/19095.htm
Data is for Calendar Year.
Beginning with the 2010 Indiana Natality Report, the Indiana State Department of Health started suppressing the number and percent/rate of births and pregnancies at the county and city subgroup level when there are fewer than 5, including 0, events. This is done to protect the confidentiality of individuals. Rates or percents based on less than 20 in the numerator are considered unstable. These rates or percents are marked with "LNE". Please refer to the Preface of the 2010 report here: http://www.in.gov/isdh/reports/natality/2010/preface.htm
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