Entries for the 'Statistics' Category
By: Michele D. Shoun
When the abortion pill was approved for U.S. use in 2000, the pro-life movement held its collective breath. How would it change the struggle? Would abortion become so quick and easy that women no longer sought the services of pregnancy care centers?
By: Thomas Glessner and Audrey Stout
Women today seek answers and help via Internet searches when they think they may be pregnant or have had unprotected sex. Therefore, the websites of Pregnancy Resource Medical Clinics (PRMCs) are critical in reaching those women before they seek others, such as Planned Parenthood, that will steer th...
By: Alana Terry
When my husband Phillip and I got married, we figured we'd wait about a year before we tried to get pregnant. Two months after our wedding I started volunteering at CareNet Pregnancy Center, where I learned about the miracle of carrying and delivering babies into the world. I helped fold tiny little...
By: Jerry Thacker
SOME TEENAGERS TEXT BETWEEN 3,000 AND 15,000 TIMES PER MONTH.Recently I had the privilege of conducting marketing research in a number of cities with people from more than five states in attendance. One of the discussions we had was about the use of text messaging by Gen X and Gen Y people. Some of ...
By: Sarah Bentley
Today approximately 1,039,000 to 1,185,000 people are living with HIV in America, emphasis on living! Thankfully the treatment for HIV has greatly improved and a person can now live a much longer, normal life*. This means that a person who is HIV-negative has the potential to meet a significant othe...
By: Angela Lanfranchi
There is a cancer-reducing benefit to carrying and delivering a baby. Abortion offers the opposite result—breast cancer probability goes up for women with an abortion in their past. This is linked to the process that breast tissue undergoes during pregnancy.
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