U.S. births bumped up last year, but the number of babies born was still lower than before the coronavirus pandemic. The 1% increase was a bit of a rebound from 2020. The first year of the COVID-19 pandemic witnessed the largest one-year drop in births in nearly a half-century. Government officials think last year’s uptick reflects pregnancies that were postponed...
Samantha Griffin is a doula and owner of DC Metro Maternity, an agency specializing in labor and postpartum support for women of color.
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