Scientists beg pro-life states to stop offering medication abortion 'reversals'
Six US states have laws requiring doctors tell women who request medication abortions that a 'reversal' is available. UC Davis doctors tried to test the claim but had to stop...
4 hours ago - Daily Mail
Slovakia rejects bill requiring ultrasound before abortion
Lawmakers in Slovakia have rejected a proposed bill that would have made it obligatory for women seeking abortions to first have an ultrasound and obtain the consent of the...
19 hours ago - ABC News
Republican Senators Will Confirm A Judge Who Opposes Fertility Treatments
Judge Sarah Pitlyk feels IVF and surrogacy have ‘grave effects on society' Senate Republicans will apparently stop at nothing to eliminate reproductive rights in the U.S...
1 day ago - Scary Mommy
The ACLU sues to make sure unborn babies can be dismembered, piece by piece, in cruel, inhumane abortions
Abortion is a divisive and controversial subject, and even among those who claim to be either pro- or anti-abortion there are wide differences in opinion. There are those who...
3 days ago - Natural News
Intranasal ketamine for abortive migraine therapy in pediatric patients: a single-center, retrospective review
Ketamine has recently emerged as a promising therapeutic alternative for abortive migraine therapy, likely secondary to N-methyl-D-aspartate antagonism. Most reports examine...
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Boston And San Francisco, Often Simpatico, Split On Abortion
Last month San Francisco enacted a ban on city employee travel and contracts with companies based in Massachusetts and 21 other states, citing restrictive abortion laws.
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Slovakia may force women to get pre-abortion ultrasound
Lawmakers in Slovakia are scheduled to debate a proposed law that would compel women seeking an abortion to first have an ultrasound and listen to the heartbeat
6 days ago - ABC News
CDC: Abortion Down, Especially Among Teens
]]> - The number of abortions in the U.S. in 2016 fell to their lowest level in more than a decade, CDC researchers found. Compared with 2007, the total number of abortions...
7 days ago - MedPage Today
US abortion hits record low since Roe v Wade: Rates fell 24% in 10 years, CDC report reveals
Abortion rates continue fall in the US, with a 2% drop reported from 2015 to 2016, the CDC reported Wednesday. The agency also reported encouraging declines in teen pregnancy...
8 days ago - Daily Mail
Men's Marijuana Use Linked to Elevated Miscarriage Risk
A woman's risk for a spontaneous abortion is higher when a man uses marijuana at least once a week during the preconception period, new research shows. Medscape Medical News
10 days ago - Medscape
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Watch Out: Extreme Environmental Conditions may Affect Your Brain
Living in extreme environmental conditions can ultimately harm your brain and, in particular, the production of new nerve cells in the dentate gyrus, an area of the hippocampus...
Los Angeles considers shuttering celebrity favorite hookah lounges
The ban, to be discussed by the city council's Health Committee hearing today, is a bid to curb tobacco use among teenagers, as data released today show rising rates of teens...
Flesh-Eating Infection Tied to Heroin Kills Seven
All of the deaths occurred in San Diego County, CA.
New Results for Experimental Alzheimer's Drug
Studies on aducanumab were halted earlier this year because the drug didn't appear to be effective. But the new results suggest it's effective at a high dose, the Associated...
Wrap All Your BFF's Gifts With This Golden Girls Wrapping Paper
Thank her for being a friend with this glorious Golden Girls wrapping paper Is there any better theme for life-long friendship than The Golden Girls? They laughed, they loved...
More than 140,000 people were killed by measles last year
There were 9,769,400 cases globally in 2018, with the majority being babies and children under the age of five. A boy in Samoa - currently battling an outbreak - is pictured...
Weight-Loss Surgery a Boon for the Heart
The research included 38 obese patients who had weight-loss surgery and 19 obese patients who were on the waiting list for weight-loss surgery.
30 Popular Japanese Last Names That Will Have You On The Next Flight To Tokyo
Last names are a great way to connect with our roots. Japanese last names show a particularly strong connection to the country's breathtaking nature and clan history. In...
Vitamin D deficiency in pregnant women can compromise neonates
Researchers from McGill University Sainte Anne de Bellevue in Canada conducted a scoping review to provide an overview of the latest evidence from studies regarding the impact...
Soaring rates of Americans hospitalized with cell phone injuries
More than 76,000 Americans were hospitalized with cell phone injuries from 1998-2016, researchers say. Rates have been soaring since the release of the first iPhone in June 2007.