If you are having a baby in a hospital, you should care about the number of surgical births that hospital conducts each year as well as the stated reasons for those Cesareans. Why? Because your chance of it happening to you and your baby goes up right along with your facility's numbers. Consumer Reports recently released it's latest survey of hospitals C-section and safety rates. Click on the map above to get to the survey results.
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