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Feb 15 - US Declining Birth Rate Is A Serious Concern Now. In The Negative.
 

 

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U.S. Birth Rate Hit Historic Low
By Michael Smith, North American Correspondent, MedPage Today
Published: February 11, 2013
Reviewed by Robert Jasmer, MD; a.ssociate Clinical Professor of Medicine, University of California, San Francisco and Dorothy Caputo, MA, BSN, RN, Nurse Planner
Action Points
Americans had fewer babies than ever before in 2011, according to an annual summary of vital statistics.
Note that the leading cause of death in 2011 for children and adolescents was accidents, at 35.6% of all deaths, down significantly from 2010, while the second leading cause was homicide.
Americans had fewer babies in 2011 than in any year before, according to an annual summary of vital statistics.

In 2011, 3,953,593 babies were born in the U.S. -- 1% fewer than in 2010 and 4% fewer than in 2009, according to Brady Hamilton, PhD, of the CDC in Atlanta, and colleagues at the agency and the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.

That number, combined with population data, yielded a crude birth rate of 12.7 per 1,000 people, the lowest rate ever reported for the nation, they reported online and in the March 2013 issue of Pediatrics.

The general fertility rate -- defined as the number of births per 1,000 women ages 15 through 44 -- also fell by 1%, to a record low of 63.2 in 2011, down from 64.1 in 2010.

But the declines were not uniform according to age, the authors pointed out.

The birth rate among all teenagers (ages 15-19) fell by 8% from 2010 to 2011, reaching a historic low of 31.3 births per 1,000 women. That rate has been falling for years, Hamilton and colleagues noted and is down 49% from 1991, the most recent peak.

The birth rate for teens 15 through 17 fell 11%, to 15.4 per 1,000 in 2011, while the rate for 18- and 19-year-olds was down 7%, to 54.1 per 1,000.

Rates also fell for women in their 20s, but rose for women 35 through 39 and 40 through 44 years, Hamilton and colleagues found. Rates for women 45 through 49 were unchanged.

The authors also found that the rate of cesarean delivery was unchanged in 2011 at 32.8%, after increasing from 1996 to 2009.

Also, the rate of preterm birth – infants delivered at less than 37 weeks of gestation per 100 births -- was 11.72%, down from 11.99% in 2010. The decline is the fifth straight, but still leaves the rate higher than the in the 1980s and most of the 1990s.

The rate of low birth weight, defined as less than 2,500 grams, was 8.10% in 2011, slightly down from 8.15% in 2010.

Finally, preliminary data showed 23,910 infant deaths in the U.S., for an infant mortality rate of 6.05 deaths per 1,000 live births.

The analysis also looked at the other end of the lifespan, reporting 2,513,171 deaths overall in the U.S. in 2011, which was 44,736 more than a year earlier.

But when adjusted for age, the death rate in 2011 was 7.4 deaths per 1,000 U.S. standard population, down 1.3% from 7.5 in 2010, the researchers found.

All told, 20,192 children and adolescents died in 2011, yielding a death rate for children, ages 1 through 19, of 25.6 per 100,000 population that was not significantly different from 25.8 in 2010.

The leading cause of death in 2011 for children and adolescents was accidents, at 35.6% of all deaths, down significantly from 37% in 2010, while the second leading cause was homicide, accounting for 11.4% of deaths in 2011, again down significantly from 12.1% in 2010


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[QUOTE]As U.S. birth rate drops, concern for the future mounts
Haya El Nasser12:53a.m. EST February 13, 2013
The nation's fertility rate has slipped below replacement levels partly because of the recession and a decline in immigration. That's raising concern about the nation's future.


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STORY HIGHLIGHTS
It's not clear if U.S. birth rate will rebound when economy improves
Will there be enough workers to support the nation's elderly?
The U.S. is still far from the low levels seen in Italy and Japan
The drop in U.S. births to their lowest level since 1920 is sounding alarms about the nation's ability to support its fast-growing elderly population.

As public concern mounts, a growing number of books, reports and columns are laying out challenges the United States will face because of this demographic upheaval: Fewer babies are being born while the wave of 78 million older Baby Boomers have only begun to retire (the oldest turn 67 this year).

What to Expect When No One's Expecting: America's Coming Demographic Disaster, a book by Jonathan Last, went on sale this month. A University of Southern California study out last month reported an unprecedented decline in California's child population that "will pose significant challenges for the state's future prosperity."

The recent decline, fueled largely by a deep recession and slower immigration, has pushed the U.S. fertility rate below the 2.1 "replacement level'' — the number of children women are expected to have in their lifetime if current rates continue and the number needed to keep the population stable.

The slowdown is worrisome to many because of the growing gap between working-age populations that fund social programs and the elderly who rely on them.

The imbalance between children and retirees is growing. The economic burden on a child born in 2015 will be nearly twice that of a child born in 1985, according to the USC study.

"These are two trends going in the opposite direction," says demographer Dowell Myers, director of the Population Dynamics Research Group at the University of Southern California. "We will be increasingly dependent economically and socially on a smaller number of children."

In California, where about half of babies are born to immigrant mothers, the immigration slowdown is having a big effect, and it's not clear whether proposed changes to immigration laws will change the pattern. White House and congressional proposals would give illegal immigrants a way to become citizens but that would affect those already here.

"It's totally up in question to what extent immigration will return," says Last, senior writer for The Weekly Standard and author of the latest book on the subject. "All the energy goes out of society when fertility rates get low."


U.S. FERTILITY RATE
Average number of children each woman would bear in her lifetime if current birth rates continued. The rate dropped to 1.9 in 2011.
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Source: United Nations
By Paul Overberg, USA TODAY
If fertility rates continue at their current pace, Myers predicts "a dropoff in taxpayers, more people selling homes, fewer people buying homes."

In 1970, there were 22.2 Americans age 65 and over for every 100 working-age adults ages 25 to 64, Myers says. By 2010, that had gone up to 24.6 and based on Census projections, the ratio will rise above 40 by 2030.

"One of the most important strategies is invest in the younger generation, the human capital," Myers says. "We can actually survive with fewer kids but we need to bring them along ... At the end of the decade, when Baby Boomer retirement hits us really hard, at that point we'll be begging for workers."

Despite the dip in the U.S. fertility rate to 1.9 children per woman — the lowest in 25 years — and slower population growth, the U.S. is still growing and is a long way from grappling with the demographic crisis other developed nations face.

"Fertility rates across the entire world are all heading downward in ways that are somewhat mystifying," Last says. "It's a global trend."

Italy, for example, has a fertility rate of 1.4. Only 14% of its population is under 15 and 21% is 65 and older. Its population is flat.

Japan is also at 1.4, with 13% under 15 and 24% elderly. deaths outnumbered births in 2012.

By contrast, 20% of the U.S. population is under 15 and 13% is 65-plus. The nation added 2.3 million people from 2011 to 2012, growing 0.75% to 313.9 million.

"Compared to Europe and Japan, South Korea and Taiwan, we're in fine shape," says Carl Haub, demographer at the Population Reference Bureau. "Once employment improves, one would think we would return to previous levels."

The fertility rate was even lower in the 1970s, when it dipped to 1.7 — a result of inflation and more women going to work to bring home a paycheck.

"We rebounded from this," Haub says.

Whether births will bounce back along with the economy this time is not clear, says Sam Sturgeon, president of Demographic Intelligence, a Charlottesville, Va., company that produces quarterly birth forecasts for consumer products and pharmaceutical giants such as Pfizer and Procter & Gamble.

"We haven't been able to find a substantial difference in people's attitudes toward childbearing," he says. "The two-child family is still kind of the ideal culturally ... However, you can only delay so long and it will have an impact on the number of children we have."

For those who worry that more people will hurt the environment, Last says: "Population growth leads to human innovation, and innovation leads to conservation ... There are no cases of peace and prosperity in the face of declining populations."

Contributing: Paul Overberg/QUOTE]

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p*nises, and v*ginas simply do not work well anymore according to the fertility graph image WOW.


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 5 years ago '05        #2
Andrefrbk 1067 heat pts1067 OP
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I mean its pretty simple WHY we are not having kids. All around the world this is occurring.

Condoms, Long term contraceptives, and abortions.
Adults like me do not desire to have a family.
Kids are worthless and expensive in our society(relative to shiit like a house, food, and a car.)
I see my homie struggle to care for his one, my cousin can barely care for his daughter aswel. Its too expensive to get a chick pregnant, its cheaper to get it aborted.

We enter a techno age where fuking for a child is near obsolete.

Us men are less fertile due to over stimulation, pr0n, video games etc. Why have s3x and impregnate a woman when you can use you hand and a skin diamond clip instead. Im just saying.

If the birth rate continues this downward trend we simply wont have enough youngsters working to support our current economic model. Same as Japan where dudes there dont even want to have s3x because its nasty to them or scary.

KIDS fu*kING SUCK, our society discourage women from reproducing, we demonize the idea of young healthy women having kids.

We act as if 15-25 is not the best age for breeding when it biologically is. Women are abused when they do have kids, so now you see women choosing not to, and im not mad because i dont want them either ma.

Last girl i dated was like "Im never ever having kids..." i was like dope. This is the avg 21+ year old.

If you get to 21 and you dont have a kid, chances are you will be working hard and trying to make ends meet so kids are out of the picture, by 30 you have some savings and no desire to get pregnant and raise a family.

By 30 it becomes HARDER for a chick to get impregnated, soooo yeah bottom line is if a chick gets to 30 and she isnt pregnant chances are shes not having kids.

College grads dont have kids, teens today dont have kids, kids being born right now are very deliberate. The days of an accident is gone.

You want us young people to have kids?
Fix the economy make it affordable to raise a family.
Jobs so we can feed and raise good citizens.
Cheaper education... The thought of spending my savings over 18 years to send my kid to college is fu*king terrible, shiit will drain you.
Statistically speaking, those who dont have kids live a happier life. Fix that, make it so having children is rewarding, government a.ssistance.

In japan they have government a.ssistance but it isnt working, people avoid children still lol.

n*ggas got mw and warcraft to play, aint no body got time to impregnate and raise kids. pr0n is here to stay, and replace s3x if we keep going with this lifestyle we created.


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 02-15-2013, 12:45 PM         #3
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fu*k having a kid until you finish college, get a good career and have all your debt paid off.

If you having a kid at 20, your screwing your life over.

Education is the only way to be successful and so it is no surprise that people are having kids later and later.

This isn't 20-30 years ago where only have a degree will be fine and then you can pop a kid out at 22. Now people need to get their masters to have a chance in the job market.

Lets face it, people are probably having kids at 27 or even 28 with the way things look and the fault all lies in the educational system.

edit: Why the fu*k you include that pic with the black chicks? You want to start some sh*t?


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 Andrefrbk said:
I mean its pretty simple WHY we are not having kids. All around the world this is occurring.

Condoms, Long term contraceptives, and abortions.
Adults like me do not desire to have a family.
Kids are worthless and expensive in our society(relative to shiit like a house, food, and a car.)
I see my homie struggle to care for his one, my cousin can barely care for his daughter aswel. Its too expensive to get a chick pregnant, its cheaper to get it aborted.

We enter a techno age where fuking for a child is near obsolete.

Us men are less fertile due to over stimulation, pr0n, video games etc. Why have s3x and impregnate a woman when you can use you hand and a skin diamond clip instead. Im just saying.

If the birth rate continues this downward trend we simply wont have enough youngsters working to support our current economic model. Same as Japan where dudes there dont even want to have s3x because its nasty to them or scary.

KIDS fu*kING SUCK, our society discourage women from reproducing, we demonize the idea of young healthy women having kids.

We act as if 15-25 is not the best age for breeding when it biologically is. Women are abused when they do have kids, so now you see women choosing not to, and im not mad because i dont want them either ma.

Last girl i dated was like "Im never ever having kids..." i was like dope. This is the avg 21+ year old.

If you get to 21 and you dont have a kid, chances are you will be working hard and trying to make ends meet so kids are out of the picture, by 30 you have some savings and no desire to get pregnant and raise a family.

By 30 it becomes HARDER for a chick to get impregnated, soooo yeah bottom line is if a chick gets to 30 and she isnt pregnant chances are shes not having kids.

College grads dont have kids, teens today dont have kids, kids being born right now are very deliberate. The days of an accident is gone.

You want us young people to have kids?
Fix the economy make it affordable to raise a family.
Jobs so we can feed and raise good citizens.
Cheaper education... The thought of spending my savings over 18 years to send my kid to college is fu*king terrible, shiit will drain you.
Statistically speaking, those who dont have kids live a happier life. Fix that, make it so having children is rewarding, government a.ssistance.

In japan they have government a.ssistance but it isnt working, people avoid children still lol.

n*ggas got mw and warcraft to play, aint no body got time to impregnate and raise kids. pr0n is here to stay, and replace s3x if we keep going with this lifestyle we created.

youre a phaggot...i just wanna punch you in your fu*king face for all the stupid fu*king sh*t you be posting
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 Darkdrone said:
fu*k having a kid until you finish college, get a good career and have all your debt paid off.

If you having a kid at 20, your screwing your life over.

Education is the only way to be successful and so it is no surprise that people are having kids later and later.

This isn't 20-30 years ago where only have a degree will be fine and then you can pop a kid out at 22. Now people need to get their masters to have a chance in the job market.
Dude once you get out of college the chance of you having a kid diminishes incredibly. The avg woman out of college i meet has no desire to get pregnant. They will delay it until its no longer possible.

You gotta understand its not easy to conceive at 30, dont believe the hype. After 30 men and women in this country are simply not able to pop out babies like its nuttin. fu*king for a kid becomes a job itself, with ovulation cycle monitoring and shiit. My cousin and his wife tried for a min to have their kid, and they are both college grads they waited till 32 smh. My parents did the same.

Its just not easy to have a kid man. Biologically, financially all that.

Best breeding age is 15-25 and this wont change anytime soon.

All i gotta say is GL to our government trying to encourage reproduction, because its not going to happen. Your not going to get this generation to have children. We dont want em, we cant afford em, society bred us to avoid em. Eugenics is working great globalist.

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We wonder why black, and latina women birthrates have dropped so significantly. Ask planned parent hood, fuking eugenics man. People should be able to fu*k, and reproduce as they please. As technology advances our rates will plummet.

We try to sell the public that the earth cannot sustain a growing population but its BS, we got plently of space, and we can make accommodations for more.

Our fuking current economic models are designed for exponentially growing populations. Sooo yeah fuk have kids.

- BA in biology. Its okay. trust me.


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 Andrefrbk said:
Dude once you get out of college the chance of you having a kid diminishes incredibly. The avg woman out of college i meet has no desire to get pregnant. They will delay it until its no longer possible.

You gotta understand its not easy to conceive at 30, dont believe the hype. After 30 men and women in this country are simply not able to pop out babies like its nuttin. fu*king for a kid becomes a job itself, with ovulation cycle monitoring and shiit. My cousin and his wife tried for a min to have their kid, and they are both college grads they waited till 32 smh. My parents did the same.

Its just not easy to have a kid man. Biologically, financially all that.

Best breeding age is 15-25 and this wont change anytime soon.

All i gotta say is GL to our government trying to encourage reproduction, because its not long to happen. Your not going to get this generation to have children. We dont want em, we cant afford em, society bred us to avoid em. Eugenics is working great globalist.
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Low a.ss birthrate amongst adults...

Obamas response.
How about some free daycare?

NO, daycare is not encouraging me to nut in these chicks man. How many more income, high pay so i can afford a nice whip, home, and 2 kids? I wouldnt mind really.
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Shouldn't this be considered a postive though?
 02-15-2013, 01:22 PM         #10
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Why post those black chicks though?
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America is going to be like japan because of eugenics

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They basically beg japanese men and women to procreate, they dish out money to couples for kids. AND STILLLLL n*ggas dont want em. What does that tell you? When you have people willing to pay to raise your kid and you are like no thank you.

Eugenics is working too well, and we will pay for it economically. The population will get older and older and older.

Immigration is a must though, we gotta start letting people in the US too. Increases the chance of reproduction, and more people to help out with the economy.
 Killamike79 said:
Shouldn't this be considered a postive though?
Nah its a bad trend.

We need new people entering the workforce and earning to sustain the economy and its older generation.

Less young people = more old people not being cared for. It sucks with this economic model.
We MUST keep a positive population growth, negative = less money. Its very bad, trends like this can continue for decades man.

Picture a world where we majority of the women not having children. less than 50% is a disaster.
That means no growth. We are already at 1-2 child per woman, and it could fall more if the trend continues.


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 02-15-2013, 05:25 PM         #12
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not a bad thing, kids of the future will have much better opportunities because their parents decided to not have them until they were set. Accident kids of young adults are bound to have a tougher start at life.
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 S.TEX said:
not a bad thing, kids of the future will have much better opportunities because their parents decided to not have them until they were set. Accident kids of young adults are bound to have a tougher start at life.
What children?

Successful parents? These people simply do not have kids. Why would you spend 10 years to get your BA/PHD, and then have a child to baby sit. It never happens LOL.

The problem is 1-2 kids per woman, and falling.

Children are either very very deliberate, or a horrible accident. We see less accidents, and those who deliberately get pregnant make up a much smaller group now.

Trends = trending. We will be like japan in 20 years, begging our young people to marry, have babies etc. Its not happening, not good the family middle class type lifestyle is dead.

You want a society with families, 3 kids in a home, 2 cars, middle class. Most people wait, wait... wait. Never happens. Like i said couple post back, 30, if a biitch hits 30 and she aint working on a baby ITS NOT HAPPENING. By 30 working hardcore, phd, or stacking paper and having fun.

Biitches aint got time to be a mom, n*ggas aint got time to play daddy.

 Maroon_Tiger said:
im sure abortions cant possibly play a factor in this
Abortion plays a huge role, the technology is better. Women dont bleed out to death on a fuking table now. You see less children being born out of mistake, abortions are not that common as people think though. Its hard to get pregnent when chicks can put a device in their pumpum for a year and have no babies. Or wear a patch on their abs.

The cool thing is to say "I have no kids..." When you say you have a kid its like so there is a lot of pressure to avoid them, even wit abortions. :(


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 Im Soo Special said:
That n*gga just mad his fertility is higher than mine.
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 Troubleman1990 said:
Good maybe they will accept Canadians to become citizens quicker.

I mean yall ready to smoothe laws for mexicans but not canada?
n*gga I WANNA MOVE DOWN THERE SON!
Dont make me get no fu*king green card im from fu*king canada a educated country n*gga

and andrefgh is a fu*king f*ggot

I'm having kids fu*k all that
a troubleman junor who gon be play in the NBA or the NFL(for the raiders yeah ima be like archie manning)
jk he can do w/e he wants he gon be my n*gga dont mean i aint finna bombard him wit sports like everday to get him interested.
So u mad cuz you have high fertility and shiit huh biitch?
U mad u gotta make babies while i get to chill...
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Just wait until the male contraceptive pill arrives - which is now on the horizon. Then it'll get really interesting.


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 Curtisimo said:
My n*gga bought up a good point saying student loans is a form of birth control

Responsible People go to University to get a high paying job or career then have a family but after young adults finish college they live back with their parents crib working 9 bucks a hour at Starbucks trying to pay off loans

anyway Hispanics and West indian/Caribbean people stay popping out kids so whatever
Latin birthrate lowest its ever been.

< MOTHER IS WEST INDIAN, ONLY CHILD.

1-2 kids per mother in the us, its not as serious as you think. Probably outside the US in the islands maybe. A lot of my fams have kids.
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 Troubleman1990 said:
I'ma leave my mark on this planet my name gon live on through my kids
Gon have a long a.ss family tree of Troubleman's gon be famous as the kennedy's someday. That's what I wanna do bi*ch.

While you gon disppear your a disgrace to yo parents
Took care of my baby cousin for a day, trust me man you aint bout that life... Shiit sucked a.ss. 1 1/2 year olds sh*t like clock work, you feed them milk that shiit is out in an hr.

You rather deal wit this than chill?

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Or when u cop your new suv that u can barely make payments on and your kid does this...

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U really bout that life?

When i was 5 i threw up in my uncles brand new acura...

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trust me brah, dont dooo it.
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you got your priorities all fu*ked up, if u can "barely" afford a new suv and u got kids, guess what? you shouldn't have bought an suv u can barely afford. thats being irresponsible. and on all those things mentioned yeah im sure its a pain in the a.ss, but when its ur kid u wont care as much. and this is coming from someone who doesnt have kids and doest plan on having them for the foreseeable future.
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