HEALTHY LIVING
06/27/2008 05:12 am ET | Updated Nov 17, 2011

Teen Pregnancy Pact In Massachusetts High School Rocks City

A Massachusetts city is investigating an apparent teenage "pregnancy pact" that has at least 17 high-school girls expecting babies, four times more than last year, including many aged 16 or younger.

A high school health clinic in the city of Gloucester became suspicious after seeing a surge in girls seeking pregnancy tests. Local officials said on Thursday nearly half of those who became pregnant appear to have entered into a pact to have their babies together over the year.

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