- From abortion to adoption
- Doc: German bishops were misled on morning after pill
- Growing New Hearts Without Using Embryonic Stem Cells
- New research shows brain connectivity begins in utero
- Pro life legislative victories across the US
Posted: 23 Feb 2013 08:15 AM PST
Post-abortion syndrome is a term some use to describe the psychological consequences of abortion, such as guilt, anxiety, depression, suicidal thoughts and alcohol or drug addiction. It's akin to post-traumatic stress syndrome. However, the term is not recognized in medicine. While some experts recognize the psychological effects of abortion, others say there are none.
Posted: 23 Feb 2013 08:02 AM PST
A leading Catholic doctor in Spain says he will write a letter to Germany's bishops to help correct what he believes to be their mistaken views on the morning-after pill.
Posted: 23 Feb 2013 05:03 AM PST
It seems like science fiction, but researchers have actually grown organs from stem cells, organs that were successfully transplanted into humans.
Posted: 23 Feb 2013 12:54 AM PST
Scientific investigation has proven to be a persuasive pro-life tool by shedding light on the humanity of the unborn child. Science has shown a baby’s tiny heart begins to beat by 21 days after conception and that by 20 weeks fetal age a baby is capable of feeling pain.
Posted: 23 Feb 2013 12:49 AM PST
The pro-life movement continues to see successes, and failures, at the state level. Arkansas Governor Mike Beebe, a Democrat, must weigh whether the state legislature would override his potential veto of the 12-week abortion ban, which he believes is unconstitutional. Washington state may force health insurers to cover abortion if they cover prenatal care. And in Indiana, restrictions threaten to close a Planned Parenthood facility -- among other state items.