caesarean section

Because despite years of sleep deprivation, I still remember the early days of motherhood with alarming clarity.
America’s infatuation with the first lady played a role in our current C-section epidemic.
The legend about Julius Caesar seems suspect.
One doctor had the gall to call me a “geriatric mother.” I wanted to punch him in his kidney. I think he could tell, because he followed up with, “I know it sounds strange, but that’s what they call it.”
She shared a cute video of her daughter while discussing the serious topic.
Even if moms are numb, they’re still able to push.
From home births to supporting C-section mamas, midwives do it all.
Co-authored by Bill Kramer, executive director for national health policy at the Pacific Business Group on Health For more