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However, another two-year recession and the poor targeting of new social benefits for mothers has seen the birth rate dip again.
Equally intriguing, work done in Israel suggested that the Muslim and Jewish populations of that country display two different birth rates, suggesting cultural rather than biological forces at play.
The Christian exodus has been underway for decades, but accelerated in recent years because of a combination of economic hardship, low birth rates and what some say is discrimination by the Israeli government.
To launch a comprehensive birth-control access campaign in southeastern Kentucky, where teen birth rates outpace the national average.
Alabama's preterm birth rate this year is 12 percent, third highest in the nation behind Mississippi and Louisiana.
In reviewing long-term enrollment projections, Ward looks at each grade level of students to see where classes are largest and also looks at birth rates in the state and West Hartford.
And there's no reversing the birth rates and death rates behind the decline.
The deaths of these four babies occurs in a climate of concern about declining birth rates in South Korea.
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