Induced-labor births in the U.S. trending downward

06/18/2014 | HealthDay News

Between 2006 and 2012, rates of labor induction at 35 to 38 weeks of gestation dropped, with the biggest decline among births at 37 to 38 weeks, the CDC said. The report also found racial and geographic differences in the number of induced-labor births, with white mothers and Utah recording the largest declines in rates.

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