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Representative John -- -- revisions well for some reason I'm -- doctor.
You know and -- enough but I student quality and expressed last night.
So all or on doctor man has to learn how many Davis and -- -- like well we deliver about 6400.
Babies a year which is a lot for a single hospital probably the largest in the state of New Jersey -- endured a lot of I would say a couple of hundred -- -- brewing.
Not bad so -- seven billion people.
On the -- right.
Germany variable program well look has been an explosions is that in 1960s.
You know you at a 2% growth rate a year.
So they estimate that by 2050 women have twenty you know it's ten to twelve billion people's you know -- -- lot of rooms.
Lot of space I -- it beavers baby -- -- of I was stunned.
To read this statistic but fell one point four million abortions.
-- this country.
And 42 million abortion for moral -- that's right.
-- -- That's it and that's a good point because as many parts and that that there are -- now seven billion people on the planet and they said that seven billion baby.
How they figured this out they said was from the Philippines to see that they -- -- yeah.
A baby from the Philippines was the seven billion baby I guess they needed to pick some baby right it -- but it is interesting because that's a high -- those are high rates one point four million abortions just in the united.
I mean apparently there and there's a lot look 40% of the old the population in the planet is between India and China and one of the ways that they do control that is by sometimes.
Fostering abortion programs -- international revenues as a means of birth control -- sometimes they do I mean -- -- the you know united nation council has a population.
You know sort of cap around the planet and you know termination of pregnancy of selective termination in many places where they choose gender control and things like that this is a well known fact.
You know that doesn't happen in the US but still many abortions -- being done.
But as well -- go with what Dr.
-- said there's a movement now in fact sixty minutes -- a story on it.
Women in China wealthy women are now coming to the United States and having their babies here because.
They will have to abort their baby you're given away if they have more than one child in China.
And many of these -- they're having they know that they're gonna be girls so they come to the United States.
And it's it's very controversial because they're coming here also because they want their baby to be an American citizen right I mean and so there's a lot going on here with.
And you know.
Literally you can go -- -- Newark Airport Kennedy Airport and you'll see many cases people does get half -- they walk right to my labor and delivery.
They pop baby and -- have a nice day you know you know we we -- you know -- the US you have to remember at the baby is born every eight seconds.
That's a lot of they want to name neighbors in this country and our country.
-- born prematurely line.
Well we still have a lot of visual prenatal care access we have done better this -- fact that had a meeting with the president March of -- just couple weeks ago and we got a seat plus and the ranking of preterm -- From nineteen from a -- so what how he does not want to get a passing grade ahead illegal out of passing grade.
A couple of things that he Arab -- -- no idea he isn't doll Mardi aviator or non dollar on -- And -- throughout -- -- that the Kimberley regard to the -- report current that this couple.
No sense -- -- I just think of any -- you're against abortion I can't tell how these babies don't you know.
I forget that I don't like a -- drug that -- no no no I don't like to put that brilliant and yeah.
I think that.
Because they're not have a relative I have to check on the real doctor managed to -- look at Iran -- -- flights doctor revenues and -- doctor -- -- -- a width of one any premature -- -- rain after many 41.
In infant mortality from mortality pretty bad yet and I look and and a lot of things have changed you would we know we we do too many ordinary and oil in what do you think that in America.
But ranked number one -- and -- mortality now in Japan and why rank you know why.
I worked 41.
This well like the -- in Turkey Poland and the better than what we're doing well because you know that we have there's a lot of more disorganized.
Issues going on in America.
You -- cut in many things final population in people coming to see the doctor early in the game access to health care.
Wu will women listening to -- -- at Austral.
Well I think you'll be surprised what I say they have I don't really tell you what's going on I'll be off the air and within an hour.
But there's a lot of issues and now for us is you know a lot of people want to deliver babies before 39 weeks you know -- at every right everybody's happy when they come to they offer some would pregnant his my husband all that.
And then by the time.
And they get to 35 weeks is sake don't take the baby out take baby out I can't they getting what.
And they don't realize that sometimes that pushes physicians into kind of delivering before 39 weeks.
So right now we have a really strong rule we want people to get to 39 weeks because if you do that.
Then you gonna have less complications and hopefully less to be true that it has also then that's we see sections to one out of three get C sections and a big part of that is.
Like you just said planning and out of convenience ally have my baby this week because we're going on vacation on -- you know the most populous the most popular day of the week -- Wednesday.
The least popular day of the week -- Sunday everybody wants to deliver on -- Wednesday so they can be home on the weekend they had -- the physics of the popular -- Sunday is the least popular days or get people or request since I get requests Baez some of you know they tell me they tell me -- they want to see some.
You don't voodoo doctor and then they looked at the stars that -- that have been Wednesday it will -- can I please accommodate them Morales in Iraq Grasso -- well it depends in the pension.
You know -- -- with a C section under.
And that is well you know -- C sections a lot of women you a lot of unnecessary C sections of the dots are born.
-- flaunt governor of some efficacy I was born to those you know I came out feet first.
And and and -- -- maturing had to cut off track editor -- -- idea there will yeah you have a big fat.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Did the did need a whole issue of C sections of course is a combination of the litigation and then and you know patient requests and doctors that sometimes don't wanna you know.
They just wanna -- move on.
-- March of Dimes does does it.
Going to detail about that because that you know we do you have preterm -- so -- -- premature we -- that we do now when -- babies premature.
There are more vulnerable to -- our developmental problems.
Even want to what percentage of babies born in this country -- health.
Distant that would be -- -- -- And -- -- and I often not not not not well just -- but I think -- -- then there are.
OK -- you know I got -- -- -- to -- maturity you have a follow up how about let's say on average 10% and if -- of babies born and excitement in certain regions are premature and therefore they do they're gonna have morbidity is it gonna have.
In relations of digest of processes they gonna have hearing problems -- gonna have content of delays so 10% or so right now.
Of the four million babies that we delivered annually in the US.
Can't you don't do have some certain problems -- I think that if you if you will.
Through attacked and various hospitals and of course Hackensack if you go into neo Natal intensive care -- they are maxed out.
Keep hospitals are looking for more room to build but then if you going through the wellness nurseries -- than our typical there's no problems that the baby at birth in that pregnancy was -- There's not a lot of baby fitness and wellness nursery -- -- -- and what what everybody felt like cannot expect.
Well it's an grades and yeah I think you know I -- the definition of helping out because we have so -- many babies figure that out.
You know width width one in a hundred have watches men wanting forehead nor development of problems.
Or you can -- -- -- -- my god we have.
That's a definite -- I don't know how.
41 and -- opens up.
You know we've got one and eleven without my and one at fourteen with allergies and you know obesity one in six kids now and diabetics one and three to 400.
Are the statistics and rheumatoid arthritis is a third chronic leading illness with infants now being diagnosed infancy.
Babies are born pre polluted down man that's a big problem.
And that we don't let him know that's true well I got three -- no but my point with pre polluted bill and I say ever -- -- -- what why discriminate.
-- Snyder national -- of -- little kids.
And I don't pick him up right so looked does it come on all before -- result I'll hold on a little roll hall Q.
Right -- -- -- -- yet -- but you know what happens.
-- -- -- The executive order that happens very -- and -- Assets are really checked it holds there.
Leave their second divorced and addicted to porn and found -- that is true and I.
I don't know what's.
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