Abortion

LNP plans to review Labor's historic 2018 abortion reform if elected

1 hour ago   |   Sydney Morning Herald

LNP has no plans to recriminalise abortion but would "review gestation limits, counselling arrangements and protections against abortion coercion".
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Effectiveness of Emergency Department Treatment of Pediatric Headache and Relation to Rebound Headache

4 hours ago   |   Pediatric Emergency Care   |   3 articles

Objective This study aimed to assess the association between the degree of headache relief obtained in the pediatric emergency department with abortive treatment and...
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Telemedicine Abortion Gains Momentum During Pandemic

Telemedicine Abortion Gains Momentum During Pandemic

13 hours ago   |   MedPageToday   |   3 articles

As access to in-person abortion clinics dwindled during the COVID-19 pandemic, providers have seen increased demand and awareness of another method of abortion care...
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Missouri's Only Abortion Clinic Wins Licensing Battle Against State Health Dept

1 day ago   |   Medscape

Missouri's only abortion clinic on Friday won its case against the state's health department to remain open, as an independent arbiter found the agency was unjustified in...
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Ruling means Missouri's last abortion clinic stays open

4 days ago   |   ABC News

Missouri's only abortion clinic will be able to keep operating after a state government administrator decided that the health department was wrong not to renew the license of...
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Ladies, gather round as Yumi Stynes tackles life's trickier topics

5 days ago   |   Sydney Morning Herald

Everything is up for discussion: birth control, alcohol, abortion, discharge - and the terror that you may have “settled” with your long-term partner.
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Anti-abortion protesters 'upsetting clients' as they return to picket Perth clinic

5 days ago   |   Sydney Morning Herald

Marie Stopes' spokeswoman for the safe access zones campaign, Jacquie O'Brien, said picketers had no understanding of the harm they caused.
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Doctors sue to block FDA abortion pill rule during pandemic

5 days ago   |   ABC News

A group of physicians has asked a federal court to suspend a U.S. Food and Drug Administration rule that requires patients to visit a hospital, clinic or medical office to get...
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Abortion rights groups drop suit over abortion ordinances

7 days ago   |   ABC News

Two reproductive rights groups have dropped their suit against seven small East Texas towns that imposed anti-abortion ordinances that prohibit them within city limits
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Witchcraft or Vaccines? Covid-19 vaccine will contain GMOs and “continuous” aborted human fetal cells, which develop into CANCER in your body

Witchcraft or Vaccines? Covid-19 vaccine will contain GMOs and “continuous” aborted human fetal cells, which develop into CANCER in your body

8 days ago   |   Natural News   |   2 articles

Vaccine sorcery is underway folks, and you if don't learn how to read vaccine literature right now, you are in for a rude awakening. Most healthcare workers have no clue what...
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Pulmonary Complications Common in Surgery Patients With COVID-19

Pulmonary Complications Common in Surgery Patients With COVID-19

Pneumonia and other pulmonary complications occurred in half of postsurgical patients with perioperative COVID-19 in an international study, and these complications were... Read more ...

Outdoor Light at Night Linked to a Higher Breast Cancer Risk

Outdoor Light at Night Linked to a Higher Breast Cancer Risk

Women living in towns and cities may be a higher risk of breast cancer as night-time exposure to light from street lamps could raise the risk of the disease by 10 percent... Read more ...

Better Patient Identification can Help Battle COVID-19

Better Patient Identification can Help Battle COVID-19

Matching patient records from different sources is not only achievable but necessary to stem the tide of the current novel coronavirus pandemic, reports a new study. Read more ...

COVID-19 Risk May Raise in Winter: Study

COVID-19 Risk May Raise in Winter: Study

Covid-19 could be a seasonal illness with a higher risk in winter as researchers have found a one per cent decrease in humidity could increase the number of Covid-19 cases by... Read more ...

Two-metre Distance Helps Reducing COVID-19 Risk Effectively

Two-metre Distance Helps Reducing COVID-19 Risk Effectively

Keeping at least two-metre distance from other people is significantly more effective at reducing the transmission of COVID-19 than one metre, according to a new study. Read more ...

One in every 16 Irish boys has autism: Crisis worse than COVID-19 and nobody...

One in every 16 Irish boys has autism: Crisis worse than COVID-19 and nobody cares

According to National Health data released last week, autism incidence among Irish children is now at 4.3%, an 82% rise in five years. One in 16 boys is affected. US rates... Read more ...

COVID-19 Testing Supplies Still Needed, Lawmakers Told

COVID-19 Testing Supplies Still Needed, Lawmakers Told

WASHINGTON - Democrats and Republicans alike agreed at a House hearing Tuesday on the importance of ramping up testing for COVID-19, but they couldn't agree on whether the... Read more ...

Dr MICHAEL MOSLEY explains why losing weight could be a life-saver

Dr MICHAEL MOSLEY explains why losing weight could be a life-saver

As we have seen on the news, the Covid-19 virus is very selective about who it kills. Most people, particularly the young, shake it off. But others become extremely ill. Read more ...

Shortages of Hydroxychloroquine for Lupus Patients

Shortages of Hydroxychloroquine for Lupus Patients

More than one-third of U.S. lupus patients who take hydroxychloroquine have struggled to fill prescriptions for the drug during the COVID-19 crisis, a new survey finds. Read more ...

Protests Pose Particular Risks for COVID-19 Transmission

Protests Pose Particular Risks for COVID-19 Transmission

Nationwide protests about racial injustice in the U.S. not only ignited a political powder keg, but could also be sparking increases in COVID-19 transmission just as the... Read more ...