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Errata: Vol. 61, No. 47
On page 978, in the QuickStats, "Birth Rates Among Women Aged 15–44 Years, by Maternal Age Group — National Vital Statistics System, United States, 1961, 2007, and 2011," several errors occurred. The caption should read, "During 1961–2011, birth rates decreased for all women aged 15–44 years. During 2007–2011, birth rates decreased for all women aged <40 years, with rates for women aged 20–24 years (85.3 per 1,000 population) and those aged 15–19 years (31.3) reaching historic lows. The birth rate for women aged 25–29 years decreased 9% (to 107.2), and the rate for women aged 30–34 years decreased 4% (to 96.5). The birth rate for women aged 35–39 years decreased 1% (47.2), and the rate for women aged 40–44 years increased 7% (to 10.3)."
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