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- 46 children join families on National Adoption Day in Denver
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- Mechanic Invents Device to Save Third-World Moms, Babies From Dying During Pregnancy
- Pope Francis blasts abortion, euthanasia
Essure is marketed as a nonhormonal permanent birth control for women who are done having children. The device is inserted into the fallopian tubes.
As the extended Hall family gathered for a family portrait Friday, the man of the hour — 21-month-old Josiah David — slipped away. The bundle of energy, also called Joey by the family, had raced down a Denver courthouse hallway and climbed onto a bench to peek out a window at the busy street below.
That John Gruber is guilty of the crime of Candor in the First Degree is not a matter for the Supreme Court. However, his remarks do highlight the dangerous hubris of those that are ‘smarter’ and ‘know what’s best.’
The contraption, called the Odón Device, works like this: A doctor fits a plastic bag inside a lubricated plastic sleeve and fits it around the baby’s head. The bag is then inflated, allowing it to grip on the baby head, pulling until it’s emerged from the birth canal…
Pope Francis has told a group of Catholic doctors that “playing with life” in ways like abortion and euthanasia is sinful, and he stressed that each human life, no matter the condition, is sacred.