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How The US Birth Rate Now. Part 3 of 3

How The US Birth Rate Now – Part 3 of 3 The report also noted that. The preterm birth rate (before 37 weeks) declined in 2013 to 11.39 percent, continuing a balanced decrease since 2006. Caughey chalked this up to … Continue reading

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How The US Birth Rate Now. Part 2 of 3

How The US Birth Rate Now – Part 2 of 3 The teenage birth censure also reached an historic low in 2013 of 26,5 births per 1000 teens ages 15 to 19. Rates fell for teens in nearly all ethnic … Continue reading

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How The US Birth Rate Now. Part 1 of 3

How The US Birth Rate Now – Part 1 of 3 How The US Birth Rate Now. The US ancestry rate remained at an all-time low in 2013, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported Thursday. But as … Continue reading

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How The US Birth Rate Now. Part 3 of 3

How The US Birth Rate Now – Part 3 of 3 The report also noted that. The preterm birth rate (before 37 weeks) declined in 2013 to 11.39 percent, continuing a endless decrease since 2006. Caughey chalked this up to … Continue reading

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How The US Birth Rate Now. Part 2 of 3

How The US Birth Rate Now – Part 2 of 3 The teenage birth appraise also reached an historic low in 2013 of 26,5 births per 1000 teens ages 15 to 19. Rates fell for teens in nearly all ethnic … Continue reading

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How The US Birth Rate Now. Part 1 of 3

How The US Birth Rate Now – Part 1 of 3 How The US Birth Rate Now. The US parturition rate remained at an all-time low in 2013, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported Thursday. But as … Continue reading

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How The US Birth Rate Now. Part 3 of 3

How The US Birth Rate Now – Part 3 of 3 The report also noted that. The preterm birth rate (before 37 weeks) declined in 2013 to 11.39 percent, continuing a equable decrease since 2006. Caughey chalked this up to … Continue reading

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