Consumer Reports: Overuse of C-sections

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The hospital where a pregnant woman gives birth could determine whether she has a C-section.

A new study by Consumer Reports magazine found that many hospitals across the country are performing unnecessary cesareans.

At some hospitals more than 50-percent of pregnant women who were anticipating a low-risk delivery ended up having a C-section.

FULL LIST OF RATINGS: Consumer Reports:Hospital Ratings Avoiding C-Sections

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