1. 1 in 7 babies born with low birth weight: study  ABS-CBN News
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"High-income countries have seen virtually no progress," the study finds"High-income countries have seen virtually no progress," the study finds

More than 20 million newborns in 2015 -- one in seven -- came into the world weighing too little, according to a global assessment of birth weight, published Thursday. More than 20 million newborns in 2015 -- one in seven -- came into the world weighing too little, according to a global assessment of birth weight, published Thursday.

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“Another great article by @Jamie_Ducharme @TIME Slowing aging is not going to overpopulate the planet. It’s the only way to prevent the looming healthcare meltdown. “Fewer U.S. babies were born in 2018 than since 1986—but it may not be cause for concern” https://t.co/8soO7hScw2”

David Sinclair, PhD AO on Twitter: "Another great article by @Jamie_Ducharme @TIME Slowing aging is not going to overpopulate the planet. It’s the only way to prevent the looming healthcare meltdown. “Fewer U.S. babies were born in 2018 than since 1986—but it may not be cause for concern” https://t.co/8soO7hScw2"

“U.S. births fall to lowest level since 1980s. Number of babies born has declined in 10 of the last 11 years as fertility rate slumps. https://t.co/LLQbBnXspP”

Guy Kawasaki on Twitter: "U.S. births fall to lowest level since 1980s. Number of babies born has declined in 10 of the last 11 years as fertility rate slumps. https://t.co/LLQbBnXspP… https://t.co/akCRRkm51B"

“The birthrate in the US is the lowest in 32 years. Why? Study points to women making a career a priority & waiting longer to have children. (3.7 million babies born in 2018.) The decline is in all age groups; but biggest drop is in teenager mothers. #11Alive”

Cheryl Preheim on Twitter: "The birthrate in the US is the lowest in 32 years. Why? Study points to women making a career a priority & waiting longer to have children. (3.7 million babies born in 2018.) The decline is in all age groups; but biggest drop is in teenager mothers. #11Alive"

“The BIGGER the baby, the LONGER the LABOR! Stay in position to BIRTH your Miracle!”

Jared Sawyer Jr. on Twitter: "The BIGGER the baby, the LONGER the LABOR! Stay in position to BIRTH your Miracle!"