The Tennessee Department of Health is reminding new parents and others in need of vital records to be sure to order these documents through approved channels to avoid scams or excessive fees.
Teen birth rates in Tennessee have drastically decreased from 53.8 births per 1,000 females aged 15 - 19 in 2008 to 26.6 in 2017.
On May 30, 2017, TriStar StoneCrest Medical Center delivered their first triplets since the hospital opened in 2003.
A 22 year old woman gave birth at around 11:45 Monday morning in a pharmacy parking lot.
The Tennessee Department of Health Office of Vital Records, which provides copies of birth certificates and other important documents, is moving.
In 2014, the State Public Health Laboratory conducted screenings for 80,542 newborns in Tennessee. Of these, 151 were identified with diseases or disorders.
Newly released data on abortions in Tennessee reveal a steady decline in the number of abortions performed over the past decade and a steady increase in the percentage of out-of-state women heading to Tennessee for the procedure.
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