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Trends in Sexual Activity Among Religious Teens

New Census Data: Key Takeaways on Divorce, Marriage, and Fertility in the U.S.

More Anxiety, Fewer Children: Mental Health and Fertility in America

Protecting Teens From Big Tech: Five Policy Ideas for States

Strong Families, Better Student Performance: The More Things Change, the More They Remain the Same

America’s Growing Religious-Secular Fertility Divide

‘Life Without Father’: Less College, Less Work, and More Prison for Young Men Growing Up Without Their Biological Father

Is Remote Work Behind the Spike in U.S. Birth Rates?

The Power of the Success Sequence for Disadvantaged Young Adults

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