CDC: U.S. birth rate is the lowest in a century

08/29/2010 | USA Today

The U.S. birth rate has been declining for the past two years despite population growth, hitting a century-spanning record low in 2009, according to a report from the CDC's National Center for Health Statistics. Experts said the trend could be due to economic constraints that drive some women to delay pregnancies, as well as lower immigration rates.

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