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C-Section Births a Trend in Brazil

C-Section Births a Trend in Brazil

AFP (Apr. 24, 2015) — More than half of Brazil's babies are born via cesarean section, as mothers and doctors opt for a faster and less painful experience despite the health risks. Duration: 02:02 Video provided by AFP
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Boy or Girl? Intersex Awareness Is on the Rise

Boy or Girl? Intersex Awareness Is on the Rise

AP (Apr. 17, 2015) — At least 1 in 5,000 U.S. babies are born each year with intersex conditions _ ambiguous genitals because of genetic glitches or hormone problems. Secrecy and surgery are common. But some doctors and activists are trying to change things. (April 17) Video provided by AP
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Texas Woman Gives Birth to All-Girl Quintuplets

Texas Woman Gives Birth to All-Girl Quintuplets

AP (Apr. 15, 2015) — Danielle Busby took only four minutes to give birth to girl quintuplets last week. There has not been a set of all female quintuplets since 1969 and are the first set of girl quintuplets believed born in the United States. (April 15) Video provided by AP
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Increasing C-Section Rates Carry Health, Financial Costs

Increasing C-Section Rates Carry Health, Financial Costs

Newsy (Apr. 12, 2015) — The U.S. rate of cesarean sections is more than double the World Health Organization's recommendation, and the consequences are growing. Video provided by Newsy
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