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Circumcision rates have fallen in the U.S., but a majority of boys still undergo the removal of their foreskin. Even so, a bubbling movement of so-called "intactivists" has made the case a rallying cry against a surgery …
San Francisco Gate · 5/16/2015
circumcision
Their slides show the show the rise and fall of circumcision rates in the U.S. and the U.K. alongside the timeline that shows the misinformation pushed upon the American people through the medicalization of circumcision. (See link below). Fewer urinary ...
Natural News · 5/16/2015
The surgery is usually performed on newborns. Circumcision rates in the U.S. have been declining in recent years, however, dropping from 64.5 percent to 58.3 percent from 1979 to 2010, according to a study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Al.com · 5/19/2015
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Circumcision rates have fallen in the U.S., but most boys still undergo the removal of their foreskin. Even so, a bubbling movement of so-called “intactivists” has made the case a rallying cry against a surgery they …
The Star · 5/15/2015
circumcision
Circumcision rates have fallen in the U.S., but a majority of boys still undergo the removal of their foreskin. Even so, a bubbling movement of so-called “intactivists” has made the case a rallying cry against a surgery …
StarPhoenix · 5/15/2015
Circumcision rates have fallen in the U.S., but a majority of boys still undergo the removal of their foreskin. Even so, a bubbling movement of so-called “intactivists” has made the case a rallying cry against a surgery …
PIX11 · 5/15/2015
but surgeons have refused to carry out the operation after Hironimus refused to give consent and anti-circumcision protesters targeted them. Circumcision rates in the US have fallen, but a majority of boys still undergo the procedure.
Sky News HD · 5/15/2015
A recently released report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s National Center for Health Statistics finds that the rate of newborn male circumcision has varied over the past three decades but that overall it’s down by about 10 percent.
RH Reality Check · ByMartha Kempner · 9/5/2013
Fewer Americans are having their baby boys circumcised at birth, according to new data published in Mayo Clinic Proceedings. However, the paper also finds that half of all uncircumcised males will, over the course of their lifetime, develop some kind of ...
Jezebel · 4/3/2014
THURSDAY, Aug. 22 (HealthDay News) -- Male circumcision rates in the United States declined 10 percent between 1979 and 2010, federal health officials reported Thursday. Over 32 years, the rate of newborn circumcision -- the surgical removal of foreskin ...
WebMD · 8/22/2013