- FDA Weighs Unknowns Of 3-Person Embryo Technique
- Oral contraceptives linked to increased risk of multiple sclerosis
- Cecile Richards: When life begins isn’t relevant to the conversation
- Obama's UN delegation tries to scrap parts of Universal Human Rights Declaration
Genetic experts cautioned the federal government Tuesday that it could take decades to confirm the safety of an experimental fertilization technique that would create babies from the DNA of three people, with the aim of preventing children from inheriting some debilitating diseases.
In a new study, researchers found an increased risk of multiple sclerosis (MS) among women who have taken oral contraceptives
Planned Parenthood tries very hard to keep the truth about fetal development from women. They’ve been caught manipulating the facts and giving women false information about their pregnancy. It makes sense, though. Planned Parenthood is the country’s largest abortion provider.
Angry over not getting a same-sex-friendly definition of the family into a new UN document, the Obama Administration tried to delete language agreed upon by the founders of the UN and repeated in documents since then.