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Twin boom Norton sees amatic increasetwin birthsJune

CHRISTINA MORA TAKES A LOOK AT THIS UNCOMMON TREND. CHRISTINA: INSIDE THE MATERNITY ROOMS AT KOSAIR CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL, NURSES ARE SEEING DOUBLE. LAST WEDNESDAY, WE MET MERYL AND HER TWIN SISTER KATE, HALLE AND

BROTHER DESTIN, AND TWIN BROTHERS CADE AND GRAHAM. THEY'RE THREE OF THE 8 SETS OF TWINS AT THE HOSPITAL. AT ONE POINT IN TIME, WE HAD A TOTAL OF 12 SETS IN THE UNIT, I WAS ACTUALLY HERE ON THE DAY WE ADMITTED 5 SETS IN ONE

SHIFT. 12 HOURS. IT WAS CRAZY, IT WAS FUN, IT WAS TOTALLY WHAT WE DO. CHRISTINA: 27 SETS OF TWINS WERE BORN IN JUNE AT NORTON HOSPITAL AND KOSAIR CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL.

THAT'S COMPARED TO 15 LAST JUNE. MOST OF HE REASON FOR THE INCREASE IN TWINS IS THE ASSISTED REPRODUCTIVE PROGRAMS PEOPLE ARE USING. CHRISTINA: DR. THOMAS TABB SAYS FOR AN UNKNOWN REASON THEY'RE ALSO SEEING AN INCREASE IN TWINS

IN WOMEN WHO ARE NOT USING INFERTILITY TREATMENTS ESPECIALLY IN YOUNGER MOMS. AND HE SAYS IF WE LOOK BACK A FEW MONTHS WE MAY FIND ANOTHER REASON FOR THE BABY BOOM. OBVIOUSLY THERE IS THAT KIND OF RUNNING IDEA THAT IN THE

MIDDLE OF THE WINTER PEOPLE DON'T GET OUTSIDE TOO MUCH. SO THIS IS WHAT ENDS UP , HAPPENING 9 MONTHS LATER,.

Norton Healthcare helps JCPS pay for safer football helmets

FAIR, THE RAIN JUST GOES INSIDE. RICK: WELL, CLASS IS BACK IN SESSION AT JEFFERSON COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS, AND STUDENT ATHLETES ARE BACK ON THE FIELD. THIS YEAR, SOME STUDENTS WILL HAVE EXTRA PROTECTION ON THEIR HEADS, AND ON THE SIDELINES.

WLKY'S CHRISTINA MORA IS LIVE AT FAIRDALE HIGH SCHOOL TONIGHT WITH MORE ON HOW JCPS AND NORTON HEALTHCARE ARE WORKING TO MINIMIZE CONCUSSIONS. CHRISTINAé CHRISTINA: I THINK THE FOOTBALL PRACTICE ENDED EARLY TODAY

BECAUSE OF THE WEATHER, BUT THEY WHERE WEARING THEIR NEW HELMETS. A $150,000 GRANT IS HELPING PAY FOR NEW HELMETS, AS WELL AS BASELINE CONCUSSION TESTING. THE MONEY WILL ALSO FUND THREE NEW ATHLETIC TRAINERS AT

FAIRDALE, WESTERN, AND THE ACADEMY AT SHAWNEE. I WISH I COULD BE OUT THERE PLAYING, BUT I GUESS ILL JUST TAKE MY TIME AND BE BACK FOR THE LAST FEW GAMES. CHRISTINA: WE MET JACOB QUAIFE TWO YEARS AGO.

THE WAGGENER HIGH SCHOOL SENIOR TOOK A HIT ON THE FOOTBALL FIELD THAT LEFT HIM WITH A TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY. TODAY, AT 19YEARSOLD, QUAIFE SAYS HE'S BACK TO NORMAL, WITH NO LASTING EFFECTS FROM HIS INJURY.

WHILE QUAIFE'S STORY HAS A HAPPY ENDING, JEFFERSON COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS ARE NOW HOPING TO MINIMIZE THE OCCURRENCE OF HEAD INJURIES IN STUDENT ATHLETES, INCLUDING CONCUSSIONS. WE DON'T KNOW WHAT THE LONG TERM EFFECTS ARE.

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