| ||Maternal age is a risk factor for preterm birth, with higher preterm birth rates found among the youngest and oldest mothers in the U.S. |
| ||During 2008-2010 (average) in San Jose, late preterm birth rates were highest for women ages 40 and older (10.2%), followed by women ages 30-39 (7.4%), under age 20 (7.2%) and ages 20-29 (6.5%). |
| ||Of all infants born during 2008-2010 (average), 6.6% were to mothers under the age of 20, 42.0% were to mothers ages 20-29 years, 47.2% were to mothers ages 30-39 years, and 4.2% were to mothers ages 40 and older. |
National Center for Health Statistics, final natality data.
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