National Post Canada Jan 18, 2012 – 9:53 AM ET In 1994, I had three papers accepted for the Canadian Bioethics Society’s conference in Ottawa, which I duly attended. One of the papers addressed some ethical concerns raised by the practice of abortion on the basis of sex selection. The Royal Commission on Reproductive Technologies Continue Reading …
July 16, 2011
The reality in recent times that there is a rapid decline in the age at menarche, that is, age at which young girls see their menstruation as well as increased schooling among girls are two key events that have prolonged the period of adolescence.
Increased schooling in particular has made teenagers less dependent on parents and family, and has postponed the age at marriage, and thereby the age of socially sanctioned sexual relations.
Women’s Law Project
Misoprostol (or miso) is a drug which lessens postpartum bleeding, the leading cause of maternal death in the developing world. Traditional birth attendants in Mozambique who were part of a year-long trial of miso use in rural communities used words like “miraculous” to describe how beneficial misoprostal has been for women’s health. The birth attendants measured the effectiveness of miso with a cloth called the capulana. Before miso, birth attendants would need “three or four capulanas to soak up typical blood loss from the mother. After miso, they needed just one.” Increased access to miso in developing nations could help reduce the staggering discrepancy in maternal mortality rates between developing and developed nations. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), a woman in Mozambique has a 1 in 37 lifetime risk of maternal death. In the U.S., a woman’s lifetime risk of maternal death is 1 in 2,100.
Let’s face it, unprotected sex does happen and sometimes, with a bit of bad luck, condoms can break and situations can arise where a woman may need emergency contraception. This kind of contraception is used after sex but before you are pregnant. If you are unsure about talking with the pharmacist or GP for any reason – don’t be. It’s nothing to get nervous about. In fact, 3 out of 4 unwanted pregnancies could be prevented if all women used emergency contraception after unprotected sex, and many abortions could also be avoided. The power is yours.
SANE Vax, Inc.
Consumer beware! What your doctor isn’t telling you is that Gardasil leads all other vaccines in abortion stillbirth events. Does anyone actually review the VAERS data to protect the public? View the graph and decide for yourself.
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PRLog (Press Release) – Jan 24, 2011 – According to a National Vaccine Information Center (NVIC – http://www.nvic.org)
MedAlerts blog entry written in November 2010, the incidents of abortion and still birth events from the HPV4 vaccine, Gardasil supersedes the same event from all other vaccinations.
Blog entry for November 2010
By Steven Rubin
It has been suggested that the H1N1 Flu vaccine causes miscarriages (see, for example, here, here, and here). This month, I want to see if the claim is supported by VAERS data.
October 20, 2010
In the pink month – the National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we’d like readers to know something that many women may not have learned from any other source, and that is, induced abortion increases risk of breast cancer.
National Review Online
October 5, 2010
By Jeanne Monahan
This fall, Watson Pharmaceuticals will begin manufacturing a new drug called “ella.” Ella was approved by the Food and Drug Administration on August 13, and was categorized as an “emergency contraceptive.” That categorization is misleading: As the Family Research Council and several allied organizations have been explaining to pharmacists and the public at large, the drug has the potential to induce abortion.