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Rising rate of C-sections may be bad

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Women should work with their doctors to make sure they make the right choice for the birth of their baby.

Cesarean sections used to be the last resort of doctors when a traditional delivery proved unsuccessful. In recent years, C-sections have surged in popularity with most states across the United States witnessing significant increases in the number of C-sections performed.

Cesarean sections have been a part of human culture for centuries. Though C-sections can be traced to ancient Greek mythology, the procedure remains largely shrouded in mystery, so much so that the origin of its name is still debated.

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