A study by Consumer Reports finds that first-time mothers in Miami are more likely to deliver their babies by cesarean section compared to the rest of the country.
A study by Consumer Reports finds that first-time mothers in Miami are more likely to deliver their babies by cesarean section compared to the rest of the country. Philippe DeGroote iStockphoto
A study by Consumer Reports finds that first-time mothers in Miami are more likely to deliver their babies by cesarean section compared to the rest of the country. Philippe DeGroote iStockphoto

In Miami, first-time moms more likely to deliver by C-section

April 13, 2016 02:00 AM

UPDATED April 13, 2016 08:20 PM

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