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Multiple Births Multiply During Past Two Decades

Statistics and information about an increase in multiple births over the past two decades and problems associated with these deliveries.... [more]

1995 Birth Statistics Released

Research and statistics about birth patterns in the United States.... [more]

Mother's Educational Level Influences Birth Rate

Research and statistics about a woman's educational level as a predictor of the number of children she will have.... [more]

U.S. Pregnancy Rate Lowest in Two Decades

Statistics related to the decline in U.S. pregnancies, births and abortions including factors that affect these pregnancy rates.... [more]


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