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Which culture is less developed?

June 2016
By: Noelle-Ashley De Nooy
People call it a Third World country: Guatemala, sandwiched between Mexico and Honduras. A country that has extensive slums, barely a 70% literacy rate, and roads roamed by feral dogs and scrawny chickens. Quite different from America’s high standard of living with comfortable homes,...
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MARKETING 101: Communicating with Today's Digital Citizens

January 2011
By: Jerry Thacker
If you were born before 1992, you'll want to read this article. In fact, you need to read this article. Why? Because you may be using communication tools that make no sense to your current clients. They may look the same as people born before that year, but in reality they are much, much different. ...
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Protecting Minors Who Are Being Forced to Abort

January 2011
By: Anne O'Connor
More and more pregnancy care centers are dealing with situations where a pregnant minor does not want to have an abortion, but her parents are pressuring her to get one. Many daughters feel coerced against their will by their parents to choose abortion. PCCs need to support the minor in her decision...
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Hospice Care for the Unborn/Newborn

October 2010
By: Tammy Tate
Heartache Few events in a family's life bring more excitement and joy than the anticipation of a new baby. Suddenly, conversations are all about babies — baby names, nursery themes, baby showers, and the list goes on. However, for some parents, joy suddenly becomes heartache when the unexpe...
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TECH ADVICE: Teens and Social Media Use

October 2009
By: Ken Freeman
According to the PBS article "Media Shift" there is a fundamental shift occurring that will influence who visits your center and how they find your center History Social networking online has been around since the late '90s and the rise of Friendster.com. Blogs have been around since the late '90s...
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A Minor's Ability to Consent to an Ultrasound Examination and Pregnancy Related Services

April 2007
By: Thomas Glessner and Anne O'Connor
The law has long acknowledged that minors do not have the same maturity and capacity as adults to make many decisions. Areas where a minor's rights traditionally have been limited include: voting, driving an automobile, drinking alcohol, getting married, obtaining a tattoo, body piercing, and enteri...
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