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Higher Rent, Fewer Babies? Housing Costs and Fertility Decline

Our Infertile Future

Do Schooling and City Living Equal Fewer Babies?

Decades-Long Rise in Nonmarital Childbearing Reverses

In Search of Family Time

For Women’s Health, Maybe It’s Time to Focus on Natural Pregnancy Prevention Methods

Is Hungary Experiencing a Policy-Induced Baby Boom?

A Closer Look at NIFLA v. Becerra and the Role of Crisis Pregnancy Centers

Fertility and Marriage: An Underappreciated Link

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