A new study has found that babies born to women with breast cancer who underwent chemotherapy while pregnant do not appear to experience any adverse effects as a result of the cancer drugs.
by Susan Brinkmann, OCDS
The idea that women need abortions for “mental health” reasons was delivered a serious blow this month by a study published in the Archives of General Psychiatry that found women were actually less prone to mental disorders during pregnancy.
By Susan Brinkmann, OCDS
(June 20, 2008) Glamorizing teen pregnancy in hit movies such as Juno and Knocked Up, broken families and directionless youth are being blamed for a “pregnancy pact” made by 17 girls who deliberately became pregnant at a high school in a Gloucester, Massachusetts. At least one baby is known to have been fathered by a 24 year old homeless man.