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‘The Pill’ Might Shrink Certain Brain Regions Among Women Taking It

A brain region called the hypothalamus is smaller among women who use birth control pills, compared with non-users, a new study finds. Birth control pills may slightly alter the structure of women's brains, according to a new study.  The study found that women taking the

La Defensa de la Vida Humana en Argentina

On Crisis Pregnancy Centers

November 25, 2019 Catholic Medical Association Responds to Article on Crisis Pregnancy Centers Philadelphia, PA—The Catholic Medical Association disagrees with information in a recent article published by The Society for Adolescent Health and Medicine and The Society for Pediatric and Adolescent Gynecology, in which a

Misleading Statement from The American College of Obstetricians

CMA-USA and NCBC Respond to Misleading Statement from The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists and Physicians for Reproductive Health:Abortion Can Be Medically Necessary The Catholic Medical Association (USA) and the National Catholic Bioethics Center recognize the obligation to treat both patients, the mother and

USA: Presidential Message on Women´s Health Week, 2019

Presidential Message on National Women’s Health Week, 2019 Issued on: May 12, 2019 During National Women’s Health Week, we come together to promote and support the health and well-being of our Nation’s mothers, daughters, sisters, wives, and friends.  We also recommit to ensuring that women have

Conference Best for Children

Joint Conference with the American College of Pediatricians and AAPLOG April 5-7, 2019Marian University Medical School and Campus 2019 Conference Sponsors https://conference.aaplog.org/

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Question on the liceity of a hysterectomy in certain cases

Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith Response to a questionon the liceity of a hysterectomy in certain cases On July 31, 1993, the Congregation for the Doctrine of the faith published Responses to Questions Proposed Concerning “Uterine Isolation” and Related Matters. These responses, which retain

Immoral medical actions

By Courtney Grogan Seoul, South Korea, Aug 30, 2018 / 04:47 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- The South Korean government included abortion in a list of “immoral medical actions” earlier this month as the country’s abortion law was revised to enable authorities to suspend medical professionals for

AN EXPERIENCE FOR AN OBSTETRICIAN

A rare personal experience for an Obstetrician March 6, 2018 | Dr. Robert Walley, Executive Director of MaterCare International (Canada) IN CELEBRATION OF WORLD DOWN SYNDROME DAY: March 21st, 2018 During the 35 years I was in practice as a specialist obstetrician in Canada, I

THE REASON FOR MATERCARE

On October 27th 1967 abortion became law in the UK, the first in a Western country. Through a process of gradualism, abortion has become the basis on which maternal health care is provided, and it brought about a fundamental change in the practice of obstetrics

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