Is abortion a woman's right? Is it a human right? Before answering that question, we must first consider the definition of human rights.
In modern society, consent has been oversimplified to a mere transactional agreement: "Do whatever feels good," with the only condition being not to harm anyone else.
Understanding the importance of prenatal ultrasounds and knowing when to schedule them can help you stay informed about your baby's development and ensure a healthy pregnancy.
In states and nations where abortion is legal, legislators are making efforts to pass bills to protect animals, granting them rights typically reserved for humans.
While it can be uncomfortable to discuss, if you think you may be at risk, it's essential to prioritize your health and get tested for STDs.
The abortion industry's negligent "no-test" policy, which overlooks crucial gestational age and viability screenings, has resulted in women being prescribed these pills as late as 30-36 weeks into their pregnancies.
Preliminary studies indicate a success rate between 64% and 68%. The antidote significantly increases the chances of a healthy, successful pregnancy.
In 1955, an article called "The Good Wife's Guide" was published in Housekeeping Monthly, providing minute general instructions on how a wife should please her husband in her overall behavior.
If you are pregnant for the first time, you may wonder how soon an ultrasound can show you images of your preborn child.
Planned Parenthood has long presented itself as a compassionate champion of women's healthcare and a safe haven for those in need. But is this the real story?