Want to lower your chance of a c-section? The Amish might have the answer.

A recent study out of Southern Wisconsin, followed 418 Amish women, who delivered 927 babies. What they noticed was that only 4% went on to have c-sections in comparison to a staggering 27-34% overall average in the US.  What was even more remarkable was the rate of VBAC (vaginal birth after cesarean), which was 95%,Continue reading “Want to lower your chance of a c-section? The Amish might have the answer.”