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As Kenyans spread the Christmas cheer, an online behaviour study shows this is also when they make most of their babies during the year.

ALSO READ: More needs to be done to rein in errant drivers The study which analysed online data from 129 countries, including Kenya, shows interest in sex rises at Christmas, with a pick in births nine months later.

Researchers from Indiana University, US, and the Portuguese institute for biological research, IGC, analysed sex-related Google search terms for a 10-year period and Twitter posts for four years.

The analysis revealed that interest in sex peaked significantly during Christmas – characterised by a greater use of the word 'sex' or other sexual terms in web searches.

The new study was published on December 21 in the journal Scientific Reports.

ALSO READ: Naivasha Town attracts many this festive season In an accompanying statement from the wire service Newswise, study co-author Prof Luis M Rocha said the findings have serious implications in public health policy.

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“We observe that Christmas is characterised by distinct collective moods that correlate with increased fertility,” Rocha says.

The researchers suggest that given the special focus on children and family during Christmas, this could trigger a desire to make babies.

ALSO READ: 10 die on Christmas day However, these events he says may trigger specific and collective moods, leading to a striking liaison between the holidays and sexual interest.