Birth by the Numbers

Birth by the Numbers

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Boston, Massachusetts / Birth by the Numbers aims to present accurate, up-to-date information on childbirth practices and outcomes in the United States and other countries.
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Join Dr. Gene Declercq and the rest of the Birth by the Numbers team to explore Big Babies in the United States. Is there a problem with too many big babies? Are U.S. babies getting bigger? Visit www.birthbythenumbers.org for up-to-date data and more information!

Gene Declercq and the rest of the Birth by the Numbers team to explore Big Babies in the United States. Is there a problem with too many big babies?

Come and explore the latest video on issues related to birth as Dr. Gene Declercq explores the relationship between pre-pregnancy obesity and cesarean sections. How is BMI related to the likelihood of a cesarean? Visit www.birthbythenumbers.org for up-to-date data and more information!

Come and explore the latest video on issues related to birth as Dr. Gene Declercq explores the relationship between pre-pregnancy obesity and cesarean sectio.

Does the U.S. have the best birth outcomes in the world?  Hear from Dr. Eugene Declercq at Boston University School of Public Health as we consider this question.

Professor of Boston School of Public Health explains what is really behind the rising c section rate. It is not about age, better outcomes or multiple births.

Myths and Realities about Cesarean Section in the United States, presented by Boston University School of Public Health Professor, Dr. Eugene Declercq

Eugene Declercq, PhD, Boston School of Public Health explains what is really behind the rising c section rate. It is not about age, better outcomes or multiple births.

Overall Cesarean Rate by State 1990-2010, Birth by the Numbers

Overall Cesarean Rate by State Birth by the Numbers

Birth by the Numbers  Gene Declercq, PhD, Professor of Maternal and Child Health at the Boston University School of Public Health, presents sobering statistics about birth in the United States.

Birth by the Numbers Gene Declercq, PhD, Professor of Maternal and Child Health at the Boston University School of Public Health, presents sobering statistics about birth in the United States.

Healthy Babies are Worth the Wait - March of Dimes

Over the last couple of months, I’ve done some volunteer writing for March of Dimes (MOD) Minnesota and have joined their Marketing Committee. It’s an honor for me to do this work because I believe that without March of Dimes … Continue reading →