AJHB Special Issue March/April 2019
Empirical and review articles explore the evolutionary, physiological, biocultural, and emotional causes of rising cesarean birth rates. Empirical articles based on research from Latin America, a region of rapidly increasing cesarean rates, explore consequences of cesarean births on children’s growth, morbidity, immune function, and microbiome development.
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