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13 May 2011

Are C-sections fuelling the obesity epidemic?

Young adults born via Caesarean section are more likely to be obese than those delivered vaginally, suggesting C-sections could be feeding the obesity epidemic.

Young adults born via Caesarean section are more likely to be obese than those delivered vaginally, suggesting C-sections could be feeding the obesity epidemic, researchers have found.

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