Domestic Dish: C-Sections rise drastically in U.S.

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Should we be called the "C-Section Generation"? According to new statistics from Yale School of Medicine, it may be appropriate.

One-third of American babies are now born by cesarean versus only 5 percent in 1970.

Experts say it may be due to demographic changes and shifts in maternal health since woman are having babies at an older age and, on average, are not as healthy as younger moms.

But can you afford it? On average, a cesarean costs about $20,000 and a natural birth about $11,000.

Watch the video above for more.

Also in this edition of the Domestic Dish, de-cluttering your fridge, a gender neutral Christmas catalog and holiday jello

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