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Pregnant Women Carry Toxins, Study Finds

American teens aren't making babies like they used to. In fact, the birth rate among teens 15 to 19 years of age fell to a record low in 2009, according to new data released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Of course, teens are a lot more likely to become moms in some states than in others. Which state has the highest teen birth rate? Keep clicking find out - and see 14 states that weren't far behind... iStockphoto
(CBS) A University of California study finds that pregnant women carry dangerous chemicals in their bodies.

The chemicals include ones that have been banned since the 1970s, such as the pesticide, DDT, and carcinogens, like PCBs, Also, BPA, a chemical used in plastics, was found in 96 percent of the pregnant women studied.

Click on the video below for "Early Show" co-anchor Jeff Glor's full report on the study.

Study: Pregnant Women Carry Toxins