Yes but it's nothing to do with religion as most Americans are circumcised at birth. As a European I noticed this. American men I've slept with half my life think it is normal and ones I know are not religious. The anathaema against hair on legs and armpits is very real too. Why does no-one question the hospitals for encouraging it. It is crazy and over-looked.
i posit that the only difference circumcision makes is it is harder to masturbate without a fore-skin heh heh if the skin simulates a vaginal wall with a little spit. It is so blatant they cannot leave it be.
Circumcision is a medical procedure (albeit a very minor one) therefore will always carry at least a small element of risk that something will go wrong.
As there are only very minor benefits which can also easily be achieved through hygiene, I see no reason for it to be performed and think it is irresponsible and unethical to do something like that to a child.
If parents are that concerned about problems later in life, wait until the child is 18 and can make their own decision on the subject.
Despite having said all that, I don't see circumcision as an important enough issue for it to be made illegal (although that would be fine with me) or for social services to interfere with.