Women in China have found an innovative way to beat their government's infamous one-child policy: by taking fertility drugs.
"In the late 1970s China began limiting most couples to one child," reports CNN, "harshly punishing violators in the hope of limiting its ballooning population, which now stands at 1.3 billion."
However, there are no punishments for multiple births, and easy access to imported fertility drugs in clinics and pharmacies has led to a boom in twins and triplets.
Make mine a double, please.
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