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25 Honolulu Hawaii (9-2) vs. Southern Mississippi (6-5)
At baseline, significantly greater proportions of pregnant adolescents than of others had dropped out of school (23% vs. 11%), said they had been older than 14 at first intercourse (58% vs.
E.Silva (Plainfield South) vs. N.Cummings (Downers Grove N.)
No.14 Florida Gulf Coast vs. No.3 Florida State, 9:20 p.m.
The rate of deaths in the neonatal period (i.e., by four weeks of age) was higher among black than among white infants (five vs. three per 1,000 live births), but rates were similar for Mexican and white infants.
120: Faucet (Rockton Hononegah) vs. Vandervere (Warren); Harrier (Jacobs) vs.
Black women giving birth for the first time experienced smaller decreases in their babies' birth weight than similar white women (reductions of 38 g vs. 79 g).
Game 7: Carbondale vs. Logan County, Ky., 6:30 p.m.
Date Bowl Team 1 Team 2 Stadium/Location Date/Time (EST) TV NetworkDecember 15--Gildan New Mexico Bowl, Arizona vs. Nevada, University Stadium, Albuquerque, NM, 7 p.m., ESPNDecember 15aFamous Idaho Potato Bowl, Toledo vs.
Women who had used cocaine during pregnancy were significantly older than those who had not (30 vs. 26 years, on average), were significantly less likely to be married (7% vs.
Higher proportions in the planned home birth group were white (92% vs. 81%), parous (76% vs.
GAME 21 Winner Game 13 vs. Winner Game 15, 4:30 p.m.
Compared with women who had received monotherapy, those who had received any combination therapy were generally older (median age, 28 vs. 27), had lower median CD4+ cell counts (286 vs.
Game 17 - Winner GM 11 vs. Winner GM 12, 12:30 p.m.
Chi-square analyses showed that adolescents reporting bisexual activity were significantly more likely than the others ever to have injected drugs (39% vs. 4-6%), had sexual contact under coercion (59% vs.