Scientists raise concerns over global spike in C-sections

The number of C-section births around the world has nearly doubled since 2000, and only a fraction of those surgical procedures are medically necessary, according to a series of three papers published today by an international coalition of researchers from the World Health Organization, Yale University, King’s College London and elsewhere.
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