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In Kase You Actually Kare...


Sometimes search queries are worth observing. For awhile, this site was receiving about 1,000 queries monthly with some variation of “cesarean rate”, but now all of that apparently finds its way to CesareanRates.com.
Recent search queries
In looking over the terms from the last 30 days, I noticed that, as always, people think they’re going to find out if Kourtney Kardashian had an epidural for her first birth and arrive on this post.  At the time, it was interesting that they showed her reaching down and catching her own baby, but not as interesting to me as the shocked reaction of the public.

Then I see this big exciting “news” today:

I wonder how much Chick-Fil-A paid to be included in a tweet that implied she was giving birth.

So let’s just settle this. Did Kourtney Kardashian have an epidural? I say yes. But only as product placement.

Are we done here?






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Reader Comments (4)


And korny. =)

June 15, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterLacey

so funny... i just saw a blog about an unasissted birth in a hospital... the doctor has a link to kim kardashian's website on his page... weird

June 15, 2012 | Unregistered Commenterali

I'm waiting for the rhinestone studded Katheter line. Keeping fingers krossed it's in central supply by Kristmas!

June 15, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterDana

This is another one of those posts that makes you feel grateful that the Internet exists so we can cover important issues like this. I think the previous Epidural Katheter was recalled because the glitter kept flaking off into the epidural space and there were some issues.

The rest of the search queries over the last month were atypically boring. The searches for KK have been an ongoing phenomenon since the original post.

Thrilling, I know.

June 15, 2012 | Registered CommenterJill
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