Current events, articles, studies and notable blog posts
Dangerous delivery shows peril of multiple C-sections
Incidence and risk factors for amniotic-fluid embolism
Test leads to needless C-sections
Cesarean Births are at a High in the US
Insurance Denial for Cesarean Now Illegal
Florida Cesarean Rates by Hospital, 2008
United States Cesarean Rates by year, 1970 to 2007
Are C-sections Too Common?
Vaginal birth after cesarean underused: panel
Once a cesarean section, always a c-section?
With C-section, Stitches May Be Best
Growing Trend: Expectant Women Schedule C-sections
Inducing labor may lead to more c-sections
Multiple Cesareans and Long-term Maternal Health
Is placenta accreta catching up with us?
MRI can identify placenta accreta in pregnant women, reveals study
Parallels in obstetrics and psychiatry
Pregnancy trends: 1 in 3 U.S. babies born by C-section; experts say number will rise. Here's why.
What doctors don't tell you about C-sections
In India, C-sections are in the stars
Is A Forced C-Section Comparable To rape?
The C- Section Backlash
The Rituals of American Hospital Birth
Vaginal birth after two caesarean sections (VBAC-2)—a systematic review with meta-analysis of success rate and adverse outcomes of VBAC-2 versus VBAC-1 and repeat (third) caesarean sections
Emotional Impact of Cesareans
Natural childbirth linked to stronger baby bond than c-sections
Repeat Cesareans may put baby at risk
risk of selected postpartum infections after cesarean section compared with vaginal birth: A five-year cohort study of 32,468 women
The key to changing c-section trend
Hospital’s Oxytocin Protocol Change Sharply Reduces Emergency C-Section Deliveries
The Trouble With Repeat Cesareans
Birth Trauma: Stress Disorder Afflicts Moms
Hospital policy pains expectant mom
Risk of cesarean delivery after induction at term in nulliparous women with an unfavorable cervix