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S&S Interviews Author of NEJM Out-of-Hospital Birth Study

Science & Sensibility caps its series on out-of-hospital birth with an interview with Jonathan Snowden, PhD. Dr. Snowden is the lead author of an analysis of out-of-hospital birth in Oregon [...]

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Doula Care Reduces Preterm Births & Cesareans in Low-Income Women

NPR reports on a study comparing outcomes between Medicaid-funded singleton births in 1935 women having doula care and 65,147 similar women who did not. After adjustment for maternal age, [...]

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NYT Article Looks at Preventable Cesareans

A New York Times commentary serves as an eye-opener for anyone unaware of the degree to which having a cesarean depends on factors having nothing to do with the health or well-being of mothers [...]

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Dueling Statistics: Is Out-of-Hospital Birth Safe?

Popping up all over the internet this past week were the results of a New England Journal of Medicine study of Oregon State statistics finding that planned out-of-hospital birth slightly [...]

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Planned Cesarean Increases Childhood Health Problems

The New York Times reports on an analysis of health issues in children according to their mode of delivery. The study compares health problems in the offspring of 321,287 1st-time mothers in [...]

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