CDC: Down syndrome births increase 1% yearly since 1979

12/1/2009 | Reuters

CDC researchers reported the number of U.S. babies born with Down syndrome has increased by 1% each year since 1979. The study said the increase is probably due to more babies being born to women over age 35, when they are five times more likely to have a Down syndrome child.

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