Radio: Why Not?

It's simply a matter of mechanics. If we treat the baby as a passenger and the mother's pelvis as the passageway, a larger passenger will have more difficulty coming into the world than a smaller passenger. Therefore, oversize infants are more apt to cause difficult labor.

Listeners tuned to station KECA (Los Angeles) last week heard that simple explanation of the mechanics of childbirth. Although it might have shocked other U. S. listeners, Angelenos were not even surprised. They know that KECA's Manager Harrison Holliway is not scared by radio's taboos, is always...

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