- Nuns Look To Stop Human Trafficking Through Stickers
- Gerber Baby Turns 87
- Soldier returns home to meet newborn son for the first time
- Ontario fertility doctor banned for life after endangering lives
- Moms donate breast milk for premature babies
- Execution and Euthanasia = Same Act
- Twins whose mother had chemotherapy and a mastectomy while pregnant are thriving
Nuns in Clinton, Iowa are on a mission to save lives from human trafficking, and they're focusing on the town they call home. Their effort started a few months back when the Sisters of St. Francis put their heads together in search of a way stop human trafficking.
Ann Turner Cook is 87-years-old and, chances are you have no idea who she is even though you’ve seen her face countless times. She is the iconic Gerber Baby.
On this Memorial Day, LifeNews celebrates the brave men and women who literally give their lives for the freedoms and rights we enjoy here in the United States.
A London-based fertility doctor specializing in artificial insemination has been banned from the practice for life by the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario after he was charged and found guilty of reckless endangerment of patient's lives.
When a baby is born premature, every little bit helps – literally. Every little bit of oxygen, transfused blood, necessary liquids and medications transferred through PICC lines, and of course, milk.
Regardless of whether euthanasia is justified—and there are those who contend that in some circumstances euthanasia may be—it must never be perceived as a medical procedure.
They may not look it, but these twins are a real pair of fighters - having survived months of chemotherapy while in the womb. Their mother Sarah Pierce was 16 weeks pregnant when doctors broke the terrible news that she had breast cancer.