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The troubling epidemic of unnecessary C-sections around the world, explained

Over the last century, medical advances have transformed childbirth from the most common cause of death for young women and infants into a much more survivable one. And the c-section has been an ... read more

The Trouble With the Christian Adoption Movement

It was based on the idea that the existence of somewhere between 143 and 210 million vulnerable children around the world—a ... a few short years, the Christian adoption movement grew to reenact some ... read more

From Serena Williams to Gwyneth Paltrow, 7 Times Celebrities Got Candid About Their Health Struggles in 2018

Leading the charge of famous women who opened up about their birth and post-birth complications this year (Beyoncé and Jessica Biel likewise revealed they underwent emergency C-sections), Williams ... read more

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Will Black Voters Still Love Biden When They Remember Who He Was?

He became a caricature of a white northern liberal — arguing that forced busing was appropriate for the South (where segregation was the product of racist laws), but unnecessary for ... incarceration ... read more


C-section epidemic hits China: WHO

Nearly one in two births in China are delivered by cesarean section, of which a quarter are not medically necessary, the latest survey by the World ... explained. After the latest survey, the UN ... read more

Confronting the myth that “black culture” is responsible for violent crime in America

But the most troubling ... in the world, including authoritarian regimes like China and Russia. Black people are nearly six times as likely to be locked up as their white peers, with only about 61 to ... read more

The Lancet: Cesarean section use has almost doubled globally since 2000

says Dr Ana Pilar Betran, World Health Organization, Switzerland. [2] Also published in The Lancet, a new position paper of FIGO: How to stop the Caesarean section epidemic. This linked Comment ... read more

Aetna Urges Moms to Avoid Cesareans Births to Reduce Risk

Cesarean levels have reached “epidemic proportions” in many countries, the World Health ... up deliveries. C-sections not only pay more; along with inductions they also allow doctors to cluster births ... read more

Employers Seek Answers as Opioid Deaths Escalate

A new report from Lockton asserts failures in our workers' compensation systems have permitted unnecessary prescriptions and contributed to these troubling trends. "There have been major advances that ... read more

Cesarean Sections in the U.S.: The Trouble with Assembling Evidence from Data

There are other factors unique to the U.S., however, that could help explain the c-section rate. First, while obesity is a problem in much of the world, nowhere is it as epidemic as ... in the U.S. do ... read more

Editorials from around New England

Still, for a few hours near the end of 1914, on the freezing landscape of Western Europe, the spirit of Christmas was able to, if not end World War I ... And for an end to the suffering of so many ... read more



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