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Roundup: Is Abortion a Deal Breaker?, Righting the Discriminatory Wrongs in Health Care Reform, Too Late for Nadya Sulyeman by Amie Newman Posted Fri 30 Oct 2009 11:00pm Is Abortion Access A Deal-Breaker In Health Care Reform Efforts? In The Hill's Congress Blog yesterday the question, "Could abortion be a deal-breaker in health care reform?" was posed to a group of legislators, advocates, and commentators. While the newest incarnation of The Affordable Healthcare For America Act does address public funding fo ... Read on »
Abortion as Art by Linda MacDonald Glenn Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 7:22pm I'm coming off a two week conference rush and rounding the bend right into final exams and papers, a condition that generally dramatically decreases the amount of news I ingest or general attention I pay to the world. That said, I got home from school this afternoon to find at least half a dozen messages, via email, LiveJournal and Facebook, all ... Read on »
New Study Puts Abortion-Br ... by John R. Posted Wed 04 Dec 2013 7:48am New Study Puts Abortion-Breast Cancer Link Back in the Spotlight Not that any evidence will convince abortion supporters  A new study pointing to a link between breast cancer and abortion among Chinese women may breathe new life into a debate over a long-contentious issue which both sides have accused the other of exploiting to promote ... Read on »
A World Without Abortion Rights by Francine H. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Wed 25 Aug 2010 8:47pm Watching Rachel Maddow recount the views of many Republican candidates who emerged from last night’s primaries, I realized that most of you, younger than I, grew up taking the right of a woman to choose for granted. But the current crop of Republican candidates for the fall elections does not. Many of them believe a woman should have to b ... Read on »
Stem cell agency in California hassles court to dismiss lawsuits by Linda MacDonald Glenn Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Wed 01 Oct 2008 10:28pm Eager to progress with its stem cell project, the newly implemented California Institute of Regenerative Medicine pleaded with a judge to dismiss lawsuits that have impeded it from borrowing $3 billion to be used to fund research grants. Newly created by Proposition 71, the stem cell institute has been hindered by two lawsuits that have challe ... Read on »
Marie Stopes welcomes fall in abortion numbers by Dave W Healthy Living ProfessionalFacebook Posted Wed 26 May 2010 6:41am The publication of the 2009 abortion statistics from the Department of Health reveals that the number of abortions for women resident in England and Wales was 189,100 compared with 195,296 in 2008, a significant fall of 3.2%. The total figure, including those performed for non-residents, was 195,743, compared with 202,158 in 2008. The vast ... Read on »
Autism Abortion Test Now Available: Should Taxpayer Dollars Be Used To Develop Such Tests? by Kim S. Patient Expert Posted Wed 01 Jun 2011 12:00am Should selective abortion of children be considered part of an autism prevention strategy? By Kevin Barry Advances in medical science and technology sometimes come with a heavy moral price. Traditional pre-natal genetic tests have involved invasive analysis of the mother's amniotic fluid.  Now, less invasive blood tests ... Read on »
Tainted Drugs* by Linda MacDonald Glenn Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Mon 25 Aug 2008 3:17pm A state-owned Chinese pharmaceutical company is at the heart of an international drug scandal after it's been revealed that over 200 patients were paralyzed or otherwise hurt by tainted leukemia drugs last summer. But in what we sometimes cynical Westerner's might consider a surprise , given recent cover-up history (especially regarding lead in ... Read on »
Health Headlines - April 24 by Meredy Registered NurseHealth Maven Posted Thu 23 Oct 2008 2:23pm Generic Ambien Approved by FDA The U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved Monday the first generic versions of the sleep aid Ambien -- generic name zolpidem tartrate. It's a sedative-hypnotic drug indicated for the short-term treatment of insomnia. "This approval offers Americans more alternatives when choosing their prescription drug ... Read on »
Health Headlines - November 26 by Meredy Registered NurseHealth Maven Posted Thu 23 Oct 2008 2:23pm Thousands of Pounds of Ham and Turkey Recalled After Listeria Suspected HoneyBaked Foods Inc., a Toledo, Ohio based food processor and distributor, has recalled almost 47,000 pounds of cooked ham and turkey sold during the Thanksgiving holiday period. The reason, the company said, is that both the ham and turkey could contain Listeria mo ... Read on »