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Man performs c-section on dead porcupine and saves baby
Last Thursday a man in Maine performed a c-section on a dead porcupine on the side of the road and ended up saving its baby.
Caesarean linked to increased child allergies
Children born via Caesarean section are more often affected by allergies than those born in the natural way, according to a new study, due to children having a lower diversity of gut bacteria.
Photo: Baby Nevaeh grabs doctor's finger from womb goes viral
A photo that shows Alicia and Randy Atkins's baby about to be born, grabbing a doctor's finger as she is pulled out of her mother's womb during a Cesarean section surgery, has gone viral online after the parents posted it to Facebook.
Report: C-sections in U.S. reach all-time high
According to a new report recently released by HealthGrades, Americans are having more C-sections than ever before and the rates are continuing to rise.
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