It's been just about nine months since Superstorm Sandy hit. And while people were huddling inside, hoping their homes weren't destroyed they got really cozy with each OTHER.
Apparently, there's a BABY BOOM in hospitals in the parts of New Jersey that were affected by the storm.
Most of them are seeing at least a 20% to 30% increase in births over the average for this time of year. Monmouth Medical Center in Long Branch, New Jersey has seen a 35% jump.
Richard W. Evans is an economist at Brigham Young University. He says this is totally predictable. Quote, "People just love hurricanes and sex."
(Asbury Park Press / FOX 5 - New York)