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Nine Months After Sandy, New Jersey's Seeing A Baby Boom

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The royal baby isn't the only bundle of joy making headlines in New Jersey. Nine months after Hurricane Sandy hit — leaving many people stuck at home with nothing to do — there seems to be a bit of a baby boom. Several hospitals in New Jersey report they're delivering hundreds more babies than this time last year.
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