U.S News and World Report Series: C-Sections in America

U.S News and World Report recently published a series of articles on C-Sections in America.  Click on the titles of the articles below to view them.

A Model for C-Section Solutions

California is leveraging dollars and data to curb unnecessary cesarean sections – and their consequences. By: Gaby Galvin Sept. 26, 2019

The Rise of C-Sections

America’s propensity for cesarean surgeries at childbirth has come with no clear benefit. By: Neel Shah Sept. 25, 2019

States With the Highest C-Section Rates

Amid efforts to curb the number of C-sections in the U.S., these states saw the highest shares of surgical births. By: Gaby Galvin Sept. 25, 2019

A C-Section’s Emotional Scars

Women report feeling ignored, bullied by their health care providers on one of the most important days of their lives – the birth of their first child. Sept. 25, 2019

Questions in America’s C-Section Capital

In one Louisiana community, half of all births happened through surgery in 2017. Why? By: Gaby Galvin Sept. 25, 2019