Most babies are usually born in August, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The summer season in general is the top season for births in the United States. More »

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In the United States as of 2014, August is the most popular month for birthdays. In Northern Europe, March to May statistically produces the highest number of births. More »

In countries close to the equator November is the month with the most birthdays and those furthest from the equator have the most birthdays in September. This seasonal pulse can also be seen within the Northern and South... More »

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August is the eighth month of the modern Gregorian calendar year. It is 31 days long and falls between the months of July and September. More »

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In the United States as of 2014, August is the most popular month for birthdays. In Northern Europe, March to May statistically produces the highest number of births. More »

Incidents of SIDS, or sudden infant death syndrome, can be reduced by placing babies on their back to sleep and using a firm crib mattress, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The CDC also recomm... More »

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Babies up to 6 months old often have vitamin K deficiency because their bodies contain very little vitamin K at birth, their intestinal bacteria are as yet unable to produce it, and they don't receive enough of it from b... More »

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