Blizzard Babies? We check in with nurses and doctors from several Eastern U.S. hospitals to discuss the mini baby boom that is beginning to appear, nine months after the Blizzard of '96 that kept people indoors for a good portion of January and February from Massachusetts to Virginia.
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Blizzard Babies?

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We check in with nurses and doctors from several Eastern U.S. hospitals to discuss the mini baby boom that is beginning to appear, nine months after the Blizzard of '96 that kept people indoors for a good portion of January and February from Massachusetts to Virginia.