According to the U.S. Center for Disease Control and Prevention, there are 3,952,841 babies born annually in the United States, equalling about 10,829 births daily. In the United States, this birth rate equals 12.6 birth... More »

Between 350,000 and 360,000 babies are born each day worldwide, though the numbers are prone to fluctuation over time. In December 2013, an estimated 4.3 births occurred every second. That means roughly 250 to 260 infant... More »

The most authoritative resource on the world's birth trends is the much cited WHO Global health situation, with trends spanning from 1955 to 2025. The site was published in 1998. The report estimates that in 1997 there w... More »

According to the U.S. Census Bureau, there is one birth every eight seconds in the United States, or about 10,800 births per day. Worldwide, approximately 350,000 to 400,000 people are born daily on average. More »

Between 350,000 and 360,000 babies are born each day worldwide, though the numbers are prone to fluctuation over time. In December 2013, an estimated 4.3 births occurred every second. That means roughly 250 to 260 infant... More »

As of 2014, in the United States, there are just shy of 4 million births per year. Worldwide, there are slightly more than 131 million births each year. More »

The main cause of rapid population growth is when there are more births than there are deaths, which is referred to as a natural increase. Other causes of rapid population growth include an increase in food production an... More »