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Women Denied Abortions May Endure Long-term Health Consequences

Being denied an abortion can endanger a woman’s health in the short-term, but now, research suggests she may continue to suffer years after childbirth. In a new study by UC San Francisco researchers, women who were denied abortions reported higher rates of joint pain, persistent headaches and migraines, and poorer …

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Abortion and Women’s Health | Medpage Today

More women who gave birth after wanting an abortion but not having it reported fair or poor health 5 years later compared with women who did receive abortions, researchers found. A higher portion of women who gave birth reported “fair or poor health” (27%, 95% CI 21%-34%) versus women who …

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Jobs and education help women advance, not abortion

Kathryn Kaufman, the managing director for Global Women‘s Issues at the Overseas Private Investment Corporation, recently wrote that as a Republican and a Christian woman, she supports abortion because it’s required for economic development. Writing at the Washington Post, Kaufman says, “Full sexual and reproductive-health rights are a key factor …

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Women Who Are Denied Abortions More Likely to Suffer Poor Health

In the early 1990s, the the pro-life movement introduced a new strategy, and what became known as the “woman-protective antiabortion argument” emerged, centering on the claim that abortions hurt women. Until that point, the pro-life argument was largely fetal-focused; internally, pro-life advocates debated whether that messaging was the most effective …

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‘ROE Act’ igniting debate on women’s reproductive health

By Elise Takahama Boston University Statehouse Program BOSTON — A bill that would expand women’s reproductive rights and loosen restrictions on abortions has ignited debate on Beacon Hill. Supporters say the bill, commonly known as “the ROE Act,” would increase access to women’s reproductive health. Opponents, however, are concerned because …

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‘ROE Act’ igniting debate on women’s reproductive health

By Elise Takahama Boston University Statehouse Program BOSTON — A bill that would expand women’s reproductive rights and loosen restrictions on abortions has ignited debate on Beacon Hill. Supporters say the bill, commonly known as “the ROE Act,” would increase access to women’s reproductive health. Opponents, however, are concerned because …

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General Assembly talks I-81 funding, women’s health care, cellphone driving ban

RICHMOND, Va. – Members of the Virginia General Assembly met Wednesday to vote on important legislature vetoed or amended by Gov. Ralph Northam. Key topics included I-81 funding, state funding for abortions and a cellphone driving ban. The General Assembly approved Northam’s amendments to the $151 million Interstate-81 Improvement Plan, which would raise commercial truck …

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Abortion is bad for women’s health. Here’s why.

March 18, 2019 (LifeSiteNews) – Did you know that having an abortion carries serious health risks? I found over the years of following the news on abortion that the health risks of getting an abortion are cast aside. Research shows that getting an abortion carries serious health complications.  You may …

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