A 17 year-old ballerina from Romania, who had just received a scholarship to an elite dance school in England, died unexpectedly from a blood clot that doctors believe was caused by oral contraceptives, making her one of four women to have died from the pill in the UK in the last year alone.
It was a widely publicized interview with Melinda Gates, wife of billionaire Bill Gates, that sparked a new vocation in the heart of a Nigerian biomedical scientist who realized God was calling her to fight for life on the continent of Africa.
More than 70 members of Congress have sent a letter to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) seeking information regarding the recent loosening of regulations of a dangerous abortion-inducing drug known as Mifeprex or RU-486.
A report from a government watchdog group has revealed that six members of the government’s “service arm”, AmeriCorps, were permitted to escort young pregnant women to abortion clinics, which is in direct violation of government funding rules.
The House Select Investigative Panel on Infant Lives held a hearing yesterday in which it revealed a series of documents showing that abortion providers and fetal baby parts procurement companies may have broken federal law.
A 36 year-old young mother from New York, who is suffering from a rare form of brain cancer and who opted to delay treatment until after her baby was born, has given birth to a healthy baby boy named Wyatt Eli – a name which means “little warrior sent by God.”
Religious freedom was upheld yesterday in a federal court when justices threw out a lawsuit filed by the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) aimed at forcing a Catholic hospital system to commit abortions regardless of their religious objections.
During a recent visit to Dallas, PA to speak about authentic femininity, I shared my evolution from a birth control pill-popping feminist to a woman who no longer needed to play the part of an “object” for men’s pleasure. After the talk, Jessica Nickel, a 32 year old wife and mother of a toddler shared her own story about how the pill is too often prescribed for women as a panacea rather than what it is – a problem.