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USMeet Some of the First Babies Born in the U.S. in 2019

01:40  02 january  2019
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Beijing eyes major U-turn on babies, but 'lonely generation' has moved on

Beijing eyes major U-turn on babies, but 'lonely generation' has moved on After decades of draconian restrictions around family planning, China is now encouraging couples to have more kids as a matter of patriotic urgency. But attitudes toward parenthood have changed. Even though there is a two-child policy in place now, many Chinese still don’t want to have more than one child — or any at all. “I think having one child is enough,” said Chen Yiwen, a 25-year-old accountant and newlywed. “I won’t be tempted to have more — even if the family planning policy is abolished.

Millennials are expected to overtake Boomers in population in the U . S . in 2019 as their numbers swell to 73 Millennials are on the cusp of surpassing Baby Boomers as the nation’ s largest living adult Here’ s a look at some generational projections: Millennials. With immigration adding more numbers Gen Xers were born during a period when Americans were having fewer children than in later decades.

"Anchor baby " is a term (regarded by some as a pejorative) used to refer to a child born to a non-citizen mother in a country that has birthright citizenship which will therefore help the mother and other

Meet Some of the First Babies Born in the U.S. in 2019© Provided by CBS Interactive Inc. The clock barely finished striking 12 as these parents celebrated with their newborns.

New year, newborns! Many happy parents rang in the New Year by welcoming their babies into the world.

In Boston, Adeline Bridie Brennan was born right at the stroke of midnight at the Boston Medical Center.

The sweet 2019 baby was born at a healthy weight of 7 pounds, and she and her mom Alana Brennan are continuing to rest comfortably at the hospital.

Boston's first baby arrived right on time -- at BMC! Adeline Brennan was born at exactly midnight, weighing in at 7...

Posted by Boston Medical Center on Tuesday, January 1, 2019

Meanwhile, at New York’s Long Island Jewish Medical Center, a tiny baby boy was born just seven seconds after the ball dropped.

3-week-old elephant dies at Ohio zoo after sudden illness

3-week-old elephant dies at Ohio zoo after sudden illness The Columbus Zoo and Aquarium says an elephant born three weeks ago has died.The zoo says the female Asian elephant died Wednesday after a sudden illness.The zoo's veterinary team says that the elephant appeared sluggish Wednesday morning and was found to have an infection. The team gave her fluids, antibiotics and blood plasma from her mother.She initially seemed to rebound but then her health declined again.The zoo had not yet named the elephant who was born on Dec. 6. It was the first elephant birth at the zoo in almost 10 years.

First -time mothers are older in big cities and on the coasts, and younger in rural areas and in the Great Plains and the South . Researchers say the differences in when women start families are a symptom of the nation' s inequality -- and as moving up the economic ladder has become harder, mothers'

Eighty-three percent of first births to non-high school graduates are to unwed mothers. "What they often don't realize is that children born outside of marriage are significantly more likely to be Brown conducted some of the research, but did not write the study. For women who have more education

His parents, Eli and Adina Derdik of Kew Gardens Hills, Queens, are opting not to name their boy until after a bris next week and instead will call him “007” in the meantime, according to WABC.

Nearby at the Staten Island University Hospital, baby boy Dion Karpuzi was born 30 seconds after midnight.

His mom Nexhmije “Mia” Balanca called her new son a “handsome prince” and “God’s gift from heaven,” she said in a statement.

Anaaynsh Bulakh of Indianapolis, Indiana, was born soon after, at just 38 seconds after midnight. The newborn girl was photographed with her mom and dad, Ankita Kashikar and Mandar Bulakh, and the photo was shared by their hospital, Franciscan Health.

Born just 38 seconds after the stroke of midnight, little Ayaansh Bulakh became the very first New Years Baby at...

Posted by Franciscan Health on Tuesday, January 1, 2019


Blue Jackets take goalie Sergei Bobrovsky off roster for failure to meet 'expectations and values'.
Blue Jackets goalie Sergei Bobrovsky will not be on the roster against the Predators because he failed to meet the team's 'expectations and values.'

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