- THE REAL WAR ON WOMEN
- US athlete says she missed shot at Olympics because of blood clots from contraceptive device
- NY bishop: Catholics must teach their children that abortion is intrinsically evil
- An Amazing Village Designed Just For People With Dementia
- After-birth abortion: why should the baby live?
- Pro choice advocates fight against choice, again
- Australian tv star commits suicide over abortion grief
- Planned Parenthood pays $2 million to family of botched abortion victim
- 'SAVE THE STORKS' LAUNCHES MOBILE CRISIS-PREGNANCY VEHICLES
- Lead Developer Of HPV Vaccines Comes Clean, Warns Parents
As a woman who constantly has to hear this “war on women” nonsense about how the only way “us women” will be truly equal and liberated is to get free birth control and abortions, I think I need to say something.
One of America’s top five women in skeletons says she missed her chance at the Olympics because she developed pulmonary embolisms caused by the NuvaRing contraceptive device.
“Practicing Catholics who claim they are nurturing their children in the faith must teach their children that abortion is intrinsically evil, that human life must be respected and protected absolutely from the moment of conception.”
Centuries after Shakespeare wrote about King Lear's symptoms, there's still no perfect way to care for sufferers of dementia and Alzheimer's. In the Netherlands, however, a radical idea is being tested: Self-contained "villages" where people with dementia shop, cook, and live together—safely.
Abortion is largely accepted even for reasons that do not have anything to do with the fetus' health.
Abortion advocates like to trot out stories from women whose babies are diagnosed prenatally with life-threatening illnesses as an excuse for why late-term abortion is needed.
Abortion proponents push for easy access to abortion, deemphasizing its after-affects to the point they absolutely refuse to acknowledge post-abortion depression, which further incapacitates those actually living through it.
On Feb. 7, Planned Parenthood of Illinois, Northwestern Memorial Hospital, and Northwestern Medical Faculty Foundation agreed to pay the family of Tonya Reaves, $2 million after she died from hemorrhaging from a botched abortion in 2012.
A fleet of mobile crisis pregnancy centers is being deployed in cities across the nation to provide women considering abortion an alternative.
Dr. Diane Harper was a leading expert responsible for the Phase II and Phase III safety and effectiveness studies which secured the approval of the human papilloma virus (HPV) vaccines, Gardasil™ and Cervarix™.