Corrections: Jan. 26, 2023

Corrections that appeared in print on Thursday, Jan. 26, 2023.

An article on Jan. 1 about a decline in teen births and its effect on child poverty referred incorrectly to abortion data from the Centers for Disease Control and Protection. The data includes abortions reported by licensed clinicians, including medication abortions. It does not include self-managed abortions.

An article on Tuesday about an ex-lawman in Mexico accused of helping traffickers move drugs to the United States misstated the location of Luis Cárdenas Palomino. He is in prison in Mexico, not at large.

An article on Saturday about new guidance from the American Academy of Pediatrics released on how to evaluate and treat overweight or obese children misstated the B.M.I. range for severe obesity in children and teens. It is 120 percent of the 95th percentile or greater, not at or above the 120th percentile.

A theater review on Monday of the play “Field of Mars” misidentified two actors and their roles in the production. Brian Mendes plays one of the two songwriters, not James Moore. Also, James Moore portrays one of the industry figures, not Steven Thompson.

An article on Jan. 12 about Denmark’s decorative style referred incorrectly to the introduction of color to Georg Jensen’s Koppel pitcher. Nicholas Manville, a former creative director of Georg Jensen, did not choose the specific shades; they were selected by Ragnar Hjartarson, the company’s current creative director.

An obituary on Wednesday about the architect Balkrishna Doshi misstated the location of Pune, where he was born. It is southeast of Mumbai, not southwest.

Errors are corrected during the press run whenever possible, so some errors noted here may not have appeared in all editions.


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