Nearly four decades later, economist Douglas Almond found himself poring over Chinese census records to find out what had happened afterwards. As of , Chinese men outnumber women by 60 million. According to Corry Gellatly, an evolutionary biologist at Utrecht University, this natural rebalancing may already be happening. Gardens were turned into makeshift smelting yards as possessions — from cooking pots to tractors — were melted to artificially inflate the total. Alas, this will not be able to fully rebalance the ratio of boys and girls. In these species, he figured, more competition had favoured males which stood out from the crowd. Together with colleagues from Columbia University, he compared the records of those born soon after the famine with information about the province in which their parents were born. Even today, a quick search of the internet reveals an array of exotic solutions — from vitamins to cough syrup, to changing your underwear.
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