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Study: U.S. Women Having Babies Later Than Ever
The U.S. government's latest data on first-birth mothers has spiked in the last five years.

ATLANTA (REUTERS) - Women in the United States are waiting longer than ever to have babies, with the average age for first childbirth rising to a record high of 26.3 years as fewer teens give birth and adults postpone parenthood, a federal study found in January 2016.

First births to mothers under age 20 dropped 42 percent from 2000 to 2014, from 1 in 4 births to 1 in 7, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention study. ...Read More

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