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PRB Discuss Online: ‘Next Generation’ Contraceptives, Who Will Benefit and How?

(2010) What are the "next generation" contraceptives? Several innovative contraceptive methods are expected to enter the market within five years, and more are under development. What are they and who is likely to use them? How might new methods help reduce the unmet need for contraception of an estimated 200 million women worldwide?

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Project: American Community Survey and Decennial Census Support Services

Research Identifies New Strategies to Reduce Undercount of Young Children in U.S. 2020 Census

PRB identifies factors predicting where children under age 5 are more likely to be missed in the 2020 Census and develops a new undercount risk measure for young children.

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Which Country Has the Oldest Population? It Depends on How You Define ‘Old.’

(2019) Japan, Italy, and Germany top the list of the world’s oldest countries—if the data are based on the share of the population ages 65 and older.

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U.S. Census Shows Different Paths for Domestic and Foreign-Born Migrants

(2002) America has always been a country on the move, and its growing immigrant population has added to that mobility. Yet recently released Census 2000 place-of-birth data show that the native-born population is moving to a different set of states than the traditional immigrant gateways — California, Texas, New York, Florida, Illinois, and New Jersey — that continue to show the largest foreign-born gains.

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Florida Poised to Pass New York as Nation’s 3rd Most-Populous State

When the U.S. Census Bureau releases its 2014 state population estimates later this month, the new figures may confirm a demographic milestone: that Florida has passed New York as the third most-populous state in the United States.

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PRB Discuss Online: Are Some U.S. Generations Luckier Than Others?

(2009) Unique events, political climates, and social and economic conditions shape each new generation in every society.

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In Arab Countries, Mobile Internet and Social Media Are Dominant, but Disparities in Access Remain

(2012) Arab countries continue to rapidly gain access to mobile cellular and to a smaller extent, mobile and wireless Internet, but lag behind in access to fixed broadband Internet access at home, according to the report ICT Adoption and Prospects in the Arab Region 2012.1

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Children’s Environmental Health: Risks and Remedies

(2002) Overall child mortality declined significantly in the 1990s, but environmental hazards still kill at least 3 million children under age 5 every year.1 Such young children make up roughly 10 percent of the world's population, but comprise more than 40 percent of the population suffering from health problems related to the environment.2

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