Parents of Twins More Likely to Divorce

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Parents with twins are more likely to end up divorced, broke and out of work. Married couples were 17 per cent more likely to divorce if they had twins or triplets rather than several children with gaps in between according to a study conducted by the University of Birmingham in the United Kingdom, commissioned by Tamba, the Twins and Multiple Births Association,.

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