Birth rates in the US are at an all-time low, and fertility for all age groups under age 30 is dropping. Experts explain that it may not be as good a thing as we may think, and cite nations like Japan and Italy which are facing labor shortages and elderly populations as a result of less-than-replacement-level fertility.
- Richard Jackson, President & founder, Global Aging Institute
- Dr. Elise Berlan, Director, Young Women’s Contraception Program, Nationwide Children’s Hospital, Columbus, OH
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