As money dwindles in a society, so too do the babies. Babies, notoriously expensive bundles of joy that they are, are a big investment, one that a lot of people can little afford to make during a recession. And so the storks, with fewer babies to deliver, also fall on hard times, and so on. Researchers from Cornell Weill Medical College presented their study at the American Society for Reproductive Medicine’s annual meeting.
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