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The issue is widespread in Africa, which faces a population boom even as other parts of the world see dropping birth rates.
Louisiana is one of only four states where the premature birth rate is 11.5 percent or higher.
Louisiana's preterm birth rate was 12.6 percent, a slight increase from last year's rate of 12.3 percent.
In 2016, California’s preterm birth rate was 8.6 percent, an increase from 2015 and a six-year high.
Raleigh, which has a 9.9 percent rate of premature births, got a C. Forsyth and Cumberland counties have the worst premature birth rates in the state, with Fayetteville’s rate at 12.6.
Criterion emphasized birth rates when coming up with its future projections.
When coupled with current birth rates for native and non-native populations, the impact grows quickly in future years.
The researchers looked at the number of women of child-bearing age in Flint and other large Michigan cities, and the number of live births, to calculate a birth rate for each city.
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