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1st increase in births reported in 7 years, CDC finds

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There were 86,000 fewer U.S. births last year than in 2019, a government report says. That's a rebound from 2020, the first year of the coronavirus pandemic. Birth rates rose 1% for Hispanic women and 3% for white women. But they fell 1% for Asian women, 3% for Black women, and 4% Native American and Alaska Native women.
1 month ago·Washington, United States

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Reuters

U.S. births rise for the first time in seven years in 2021

The number of births in the United States grew 1% in 2021 from a pandemic-related low in 2020, marking the first increase since 2014, according to a report by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

1 month ago·United Kingdom
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The Independent

US births rose last year but still less than before pandemic

U.S. births bumped up last year, but the number of babies born was still lower than before the coronavirus pandemic

1 month ago·London, United Kingdom
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abc News

1st increase in births reported in 7 years, CDC finds

A CDC report found births in the United States rose for the first time in seven years, suggesting births may be rebounding from the decline seen during the pandemic.

1 month ago·United States
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CNN

US birth rates rose slightly in 2021 after a steep drop in the first year of the pandemic, CDC data shows

Early speculation that the Covid-19 pandemic may lead to a baby boom has been turned on its head, with early data showing more of a baby bust -- and worsening rates of some adverse outcomes.

1 month ago·Atlanta, United States
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Associated Press News

US births rose last year but still less than before pandemic

NEW YORK — U.S. births bumped up last year, but the number of babies born was still lower than before the coronavirus pandemic.

1 month ago·United States
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New York Times

U.S. Birthrate Ticks Up 1 Percent, Halting a Steady Decline

Data from the federal government showed last year’s increase was the first since 2014 and followed a sharp drop in 2020, when the coronavirus pandemic hit.

1 month ago·New York, United States
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