- Obama puts pregnancy on par with cancer
- Marriage no longer a key goal for English girls, survey suggests
- Defenders of marriage begin ad war in Maryland
- Lab-made mouse eggs raise disturbing fertility questions
- Grace Sung Eun Lee fights for ‘right’ to die, chooses life
|Obama puts pregnancy on par with cancer
Posted: 08 Oct 2012 06:28 AM PDT
On October 5th, speaking to supporters in Virginia, Obama claimed that cost-free sterilizations and contraceptives were good because they would save money. He added about the law, “And we are going to keep it.”
|Marriage no longer a key goal for English girls, survey suggests
Posted: 08 Oct 2012 06:22 AM PDT
Girls are increasingly ambivalent about marriage while most boys see it as something to aspire to, suggests a poll for the Girl Guides, a British version of the Girl Scouts.
|Defenders of marriage begin ad war in Maryland
Posted: 08 Oct 2012 05:34 AM PDT
“Marriage, the union of a man and a woman, has served society well for thousands of years,” says the ad sponsored by the Maryland Marriage Alliance. “Marriage is more than what adults want for themselves. It’s also about the next generation.”
|Lab-made mouse eggs raise disturbing fertility questions
Posted: 07 Oct 2012 07:52 PM PDT
Japanese scientists have made viable mouse eggs in a laboratory dish, an advance that may offer a new route for treating infertility in people.
|Grace Sung Eun Lee fights for ‘right’ to die, chooses life
Posted: 07 Oct 2012 06:23 PM PDT
A terminally ill New York woman fought her religious parents in court for the ‘right’ to die on her own terms, going so far as to say, “I want to die.” Now she’s changed her mind.