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Home - Population Reference Bureau
The Population Reference Bureau provides timely and objective information on US and international population trends and their implications.
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How Many People Have Ever Lived on Earth? - Population Reference ...
Colin McEvedy and Richard Jones, Atlas of World Population History (New York: Facts on File, 1978). United Nations, Determinants and Consequences of ...
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Why We Don't Expect a Baby Boom After 9/11 - Population Reference ...
A sudden event, even one as traumatic as 9/11, seems unlikely to disrupt the trend of modest increases in US fertility rates. (September 2002)
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Print Obesity Threatens the Health of Older Europeans - Population ...
High Rates of Overweight, Obesity. Levels of obesity and overweight 4 were high in the selected countries (see table): In all the countries combined, ...
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Data Comparisons by Topic > Bar Graph > Motor Vehicles per 1000 ...
Motor Vehicles per 1000 Population, 2000-2005 ... Taiwan, 293. Slovakia, 279. Dominica, 265. St. Kitts-Nevis, 247. Suriname, 236. St. Lucia, 216 ...
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The Rise — and Fall? — of Single-Parent Families - Population ...
The Rise — and Fall? — of Single-Parent Families. by Bill O'Hare ... policymakers to seek appropriate policy interventions to strengthen America's families. ...
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U.S. Baby Boomers Moving Out, Minorities Moving In - Population ...
U.S. Baby Boomers Moving Out, Minorities Moving In. by Mark Mather. (May 2008) Baby boomers, many on the cusp of retirement, are moving out of densely ...
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PopWire: Younger U.S. Baby Boomers Less Likely to Divorce by 40 ...
The share of women divorced by 40 was 34.4 percent for early baby boomers and 30.3 percent for tail-end boomers. It's possible that the lower divorce rates ...
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Islam and Family Planning - Population Reference Bureau
This policy brief gives an overview of Muslim countries' policies on and support for family planning and modern contraception.
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Family Planning Worldwide 2008 Data Sheet - Population Reference ...
(March 2008) The worldwide demand for family planning services is growing because of two trends: the burgeoning numbers of young people entering ...
 
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