- n. Plural form of birth.
“They note that the decline in births is equivalent to 135,000 fewer white males in the US and 127,000 fewer males in Japan over the past three decades and suggest that environmental factors are one explanation for these trends.”
“The largest decline in births were in California and Florida, two states hit hardest by the housing crisis.”
“The Great Depression and subsequent recessions all were accompanied by a decline in births, said Carol Hogue, an Emory University professor of maternal and child health and epidemiology.”
“He seemed genuinely moved, but also immediately pointed out a very different response to the events of October 1962 - a sharp increase in births nine months later.”
“It is important to distinguish between the post-WWII demographic boom in births vs. the cultural generations born during that era.”
“A study last year estimated that reducing early term births to 1.7% could save close to $1 billion annually.”
“Evidence suggests the mother snake has had multiple virgin births, producing 22 baby snakes that have no father.”
“Evidence suggests the mother snake has had multiple virgin births, producing ...”
“Then afterwards there was a big spike in births called the post-war baby boom so the generation became Boomers.”
“One in every 800 to 1,000 live births is a child with Down syndrome, representing approximately 5,000 births per year in the United States alone.”
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