New research finds a correlation between the down economy and higher numbers of the surgery.
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.
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