Michael Nystrom that a resident at Stanford when the research was done and now a resident UC – San Francisco, was first author of the paper El-Sayed, the other co-authors were Stanford faculty Deirdre Lyell, and Maurice Druzin, and Aaron Caughey, of UCSF France .
More specifically, the researchers found that white mother / Asian father couples had the lowest rate of caesarean section, while Asian mother / white father couples had the highest rate . Since birth weight between the two groups were similar, the researchers say the findings suggest that the average Asian woman’s pelvis may be smaller than the average white woman , and less able to to a certain size to a certain size. .
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