• The Rise of Older Mothers

    7 monthes ago - By The Atlantic

    Women in the United States are having children at record low rates, according to the latest statistical release from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. In 2017, births were down 2 percent from 2016 and were at their lowest in 30 years. In fact, the only American women who are consistently having more babies than before are those over 40. Births among Hispanic and white women declined slightly, according to the CDC, but among black women, they remained steady. Fertility has generally been declining among women in their 20s and rising among women in their 30s and 40s for several...
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  • US Birth Rate Hits 30-Year Low

    US Birth Rate Hits 30-Year Low

    7 monthes ago - By Medscape

    Fertility rates hit another record low in 2017 as birth rates declined for women of nearly all age groups younger than 40 years. Birth rates continued to rise for women in their early 40s.
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