Why does Population Increase?

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A population increases when more babies are born than the overall number of deaths that occur. Better medicine, better lifestyles, and less accidents can give people longer lives and keep population increasing.
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The population increases when there are more births than deaths. As medicine and hygiene improve around the world, people are living longer and fewer infants and mothers are dying.
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