A map of Fresno County’s teen birth rates by zip code shows the poorest and most diverse areas are home to the highest number of teen mothers (reflected by the darker shades.) The Fresno Adolescent Sexual Health Conference, held Nov. 2, focused on these health disparities.
A map of Fresno County’s teen birth rates by zip code shows the poorest and most diverse areas are home to the highest number of teen mothers (reflected by the darker shades.) The Fresno Adolescent Sexual Health Conference, held Nov. 2, focused on these health disparities. FRESNO BEE STAFF
A map of Fresno County’s teen birth rates by zip code shows the poorest and most diverse areas are home to the highest number of teen mothers (reflected by the darker shades.) The Fresno Adolescent Sexual Health Conference, held Nov. 2, focused on these health disparities. FRESNO BEE STAFF

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