People like to say that statistics lie. ¬†Actually, the statistics tell the truth, people just are not always educated to understand what they mean. This happens alot in the birth world with the cesarean rate. The CDC releases statistics about birth in the United States each year. ¬†In 2010, the CDC reported that 32.8% of all births in the United States were by cesarean surgery. This data has lead some childbirth professionals to assume a woman giving birth in the US has about a 33% chance of ending up with a cesarean. But this isn’t necessarily true. Why? Because that number includes two different groupsRead More →