Wednesday, July 18, 2018

Young people in the UK prefer to spend more time on the internet than having sex




Adolescentes do Reino Unido preferem passar mais tempo com os familiares e na internet do que fazer sexo
UK teens prefer to spend more time with family and on the internet than sex - 
London - Teens in the UK prefer to spend more time with family and the internet instead of having sex. This is what the British Pregnancy Information Service (BPAS) research, published on Tuesday after interviews with about 1,000 young people aged 16 to 18 years, points out.
Seven out of ten teenagers said they chat with friends online four or more times a week. Those who live together with friends - at school or out of work - add up to 24%.
Those who interact with friends personally and more often tend to have more sex. About four out of ten of those who see their friends four times a week have claimed to have had sex.

Adolescentes do Reino Unido preferem passar mais tempo com os familiares e na internet do que fazer sexo
UK teens prefer to spend more time with family and on the internet than sex - 
London - Teens in the UK prefer to spend more time with family and the internet instead of having sex. This is what the British Pregnancy Information Service (BPAS) research, published on Tuesday after interviews with about 1,000 young people aged 16 to 18 years, points out.
Seven out of ten teenagers said they chat with friends online four or more times a week. Those who live together with friends - at school or out of work - add up to 24%.
Those who interact with friends personally and more often tend to have more sex. About four out of ten of those who see their friends four times a week have claimed to have had sex.
In addition, respondents who socialize regularly tend to relate sexually to more than one person, concludes the survey.
The report also states that early pregnancy rates in England and Wales decreased by 11% from 2015 to 2017. "Low levels can be attributed to low personal contact between young people and their peers as sexual interaction, which could result in pregnancy, are reduced, "the study said.
According to the National Statistics Institute (ONS) of the British government, there were 18,000 cases of pregnancy in adolescents under 18 years of age in 2016, a reduction of 11% compared to 2015.
In Brazil, the number fell by 17% between 2004 and 2015 for mothers aged 10 years to 19 years, according to the Ministry of Health. The reduction was from 661,290 live births in 2004 to 546,529 in 2015. However, the country still has 68 , 4 babies born to adolescents per thousand girls aged 15 to 19, according to the World Health Organization (WHO) survey. The index is above the averages for Latin America and the world, estimated at 65.5 and 46 births per thousand, respectively

No comments:

Post a Comment