Babies at Risk After C-Sections

Feb 24, 2012  •   Written by admin   •  no comments

A study by Johns Hopkins and Yale Universities reveals important medical news for pregnant women: babies born via c-sections may be at an increased risk of certain complications, including difficulties breathing, feeding and controlling temperature. In addition, there’s a real concern about long-term impacts, including asthma later in life and a range of developmental problems.

Dr. Nancy Snyderman reported on these findings on the Today Show earlier this month, video below. 

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