This article points out some interesting trends in fertility patterns in the U.S., namely the rise in fertility among well-educated and older women. Though the Great Recession caused the fertility rate to drop, it appears that the financially stable are unaffected.
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In the United States, this Memorial Day weekend will be devoted to backyard barbeques welcoming summer, and parades in remembrance of fallen soldiers. But in much of Europe and a few parts of Africa and the Caribbean, Monday will be a public holiday for a very different reason: These countries will be taking the day off for Pentecost, a Christian celebration with a history of observance nearly as rich as Christmas or Easter, but that today has faded to relative obscurity outside of the church itself. 860 more words
This is not an article by Dr Jillani but Im including it here as it would have interested him
In 2014, Pakistan’s population was estimated at being over 188 million making it the world’s sixth most populous country. 2,905 more words