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Today, there are more than 4.6 billion babies on the planet and there are approximately 2.5 billion babies in the US.
The numbers are growing.
According to a recent study from the Pew Research Center, the number of babies born in the United States has nearly tripled since 1980.
The number of children in the country has also more than tripled.
Pew researchers found that the share of children born in developing countries has increased dramatically since 1980, from 13% to 20%.
Pew also found that nearly two-thirds of babies in developing nations live in homes with more than one parent.
The majority of babies, or 71% of children, live in the bottom third of income groups, with the poorest third of households earning less than $10,000 a year.
According the report, “The Rising Cost of Care for the Poor” by the National Academy of Sciences, the cost of care for the poorest fifth of Americans has tripled since 2000.
More than 1 million children and young adults are living in poverty in the U.S. According to the United Nations, the proportion of people living in extreme poverty has more than doubled in the last 20 years.
The United Nations estimated that 3.5 million children were underweight in 2012.
The UN also found, in a report, that “More than 90% of infants underweight, with a mortality rate of 15.7 per 1,000 live births.”
The report also found nearly 40% of adults were overweight or obese.
The cost of infant care is one of the most expensive areas in the American healthcare system.
According the UNAIDS, infant care costs have risen more than 200% since 1980 and that number will increase.
More and more American parents are opting to let their babies stay home from school or work instead of spending money on child care.
In recent years, there has been a dramatic rise in the number and types of childcare centers and preschools.
According a study published in the journal Pediatrics, there were 3,000 childcare centers in the nation in 2010, compared to 2,000 in 1995.
In the last year alone, the average number of childcare facilities per 1 million residents has increased from 1.2 in 1995 to 3.6 in 2010.
In a report on the rise of child care, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention noted that while the number one reason for parents opting to stay home was that childcare costs were too high, the most common reason for a parent opting to do so was that the cost was out of reach.
According CNN, the total cost of childcare has increased by more than $1 trillion since 1990.
The rise of childcare is a growing concern for the UPA government, as well.
According a study by the Brookings Institution, there is a 50% chance that the UAP’s 2017 budget proposal will fail because of childcare costs.