Against the Trend, U.S. Births Way Up

Jan 15, 2008 By MIKE STOBBE, AP Medical Writer

(AP) -- Bucking the trend in many other wealthy industrialized nations, the United States seems to be experiencing a baby boomlet, reporting the largest number of children born in 45 years.



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