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 »

On average, 4.5 babies are born per second across the world, based on information from August 2014. That is equal to 273 babies born per minute, according to the Population Reference Bureau. The large majority of those b... More »

According to Scientific American, approximately 150 babies are born around the world every single minute. The global population count reached over seven billion during the month of March in 2012. The country with the hig... More »

According to Scientific American, approximately 150 babies are born around the world every single minute. The global population count reached over seven billion during the month of March in 2012. The country with the hig... More »

The population of people with Nepalese heritage is growing in Canada, with the highest numbers in Toronto and its surrounding areas. Because of this, the Nepalese Canadian Heritage Centre is located in Brampton, Ontario,... More »

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The percentage of Americans who received a high school diploma was 90 percent between 2003 and 2013, according to the numbers provided by the National Center for Education Statistics of the U.S. Department of Education A... More »

According to a poll conducted by ABC News, as of 2005, 90 percent of people polled reported that they spent at least 87 minutes a day driving. Those who commute to work reported driving approximately 100 minutes a day. More »