North Dakota baby boom

According to the Bismarck Tribune, the number of baby births is setting new records at hospitals in central and western North Dakota. Hospitals are reportedly constructing new rooms and increasing staff to accommodate the current baby boom.
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According to the Bismarck Tribune, the number of baby births is setting new records at hospitals in central and western North Dakota. Hospitals are reportedly constructing new rooms and increasing staff to accommodate the current baby boom.

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