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Live births and excess births with rates and ranks by color North Carolina and each county, 1971 by North Carolina. Public Health Statistics Section

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Published by Public Health Statistics Section, North Carolina State Board of Health in [Raleigh, N.C] .
Written in English

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SeriesStatistical report series / North Carolina State Board of Health, Division of Epidemiology, Public Health Statistics Section, Statistical report series (North Carolina. Public Health Statistics Section)
The Physical Object
Paginationi, 5, 5, 10 leaves ;
Number of Pages10
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24589166M

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Birth rates for women in their thirties and early forties rose from to , up 1% for women aged 30–34 (to ), 2% for women aged 35–39 (to ), and 4% for women aged 40–44 (to ). Since , the rate has risen 19% for women in their early forties. NCHS Data Brief No. July 3 The rate of vaginal births after previous cesarean delivery rose in The percentage of VBAC deliveries increased in to % of women with a previous cesarean delivery from % in , whereas the repeat cesarean rate declined to %. The total fertility rate of the non-Hispanic Whites has been decreasing from (children per woman) to (children per woman). The decrease in fertility rate reflects the percentage of children born between and The percentage of births in the U.S. decreased from % in to % of the babies born in   Improving birth outcomes can enable children to reach their full potential. Preterm Births and Infant Deaths by Race and Ethnicity. The proportion of preterm live births delivered to black or African American, non-Hispanic mothers was % in , more than one and a half times the rate experienced by Asian or Pacific Islander mothers (%).