Entries for the 'Medical' Category
By: Tammy Tate
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...
Posted in: Counseling
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By: David Whitaker
One of the functions of an Executive Director/CEO of a pregnancy center is venturing into the community to tell people about our ministry. Every not-for-profit organization faces the challenge of getting information about its specific services to its targeted customers. Agencies spend billions of do...
By: Frances Hansen
The steady rhythm of my throbbing feet accompanied me as I pushed my way through another feverish hospital evening. My assignments varied—the living with the dying. Entering one room to bring comfort to the man dying of lung cancer, I donned my gloves and hung the chemotherapy. My next mission...
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.
Years of published research shed...
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...