The Morning-After Pill causes thrombosis

24 April, 2016

 

Edward Korman, judge of the Eastern District of New York, has decided that the morning-after pill (MAP) shall be delivered without a prescription to women of all ages in the United States. This court decision forces the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to provide, without any restriction, the morning after pill (MAP) and other so-called emergency contraceptives to be sold in North America.

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The Morning-After Pill causes thrombosis

7 January, 2016

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Edward Korman, judge of the Eastern District of New York, has decided that the morning-after pill (MAP) shall be delivered without a prescription to women of all ages in the United States. This court decision forces the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to provide, without any restriction, the morning after pill (MAP) and other so-called emergency contraceptives to be sold in North America.

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In defense of life

10 October, 2015

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We are immersed in a macabre culture of death. However, Susan Anne Catherine, an American woman of 26 years, gave birth by cesarean to a two-month-premature baby girl in Richmond (Virginia). Susan died the next day.

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The Ivorian Vanessa Koutouan receive the Harambee Award for Promotion and Equality for African Women 2015

17 April, 2015

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Teresa of Bourbon Two Sicilies (pictured), Marquise de Laserna and President of Honor of the NGO Harambee Spain, has awarded Vanessa Koutouan (pictured) with the Harambee Award for the promotion and equality of African women 2015. The winner is an Ivorian woman with university education and business profile who decided to turn her work in a school of solidarity with her neighbors, leading the Rural Center Ilomba in M’Batto-Bouaké, a town with lots of children and young people, without schools or health clinics.
The winner works in Ilomba with hundreds of young people “who do not know that they can have an autonomous and independent future in a society that, by ancestral customs, relegates women to their homes by depriving them of education, because families consider that educate them is a waste of time and money”, reported Koutuan. Read the rest of this entry »


Crisis and film

3 April, 2014

   There are two scenes of movies that have raised the depressed spirits that I have lately because of the crisis. If someone thinks that we cannot escape from this situation, I recommend you to see this movie. The first is the final scene that belongs to a film of King Vidor of 1934, which is called “OUR DAILY BREAD”. Read the rest of this entry »


Palliative care

3 April, 2014

   What is the dignified death that legislators want to bring us? It can be neither the euthanasia nor the assisted suicide with more or less sweetened variables. The authentic dignified death is the natural death that will arrive at the end of days, with the pain and suffering relieved with the resources that the current medicine has, it often is called palliative care. Read the rest of this entry »


Current mistakes

3 April, 2014

   Many people say that they disagree with the course that are taking things and with the ideals that are being promoted from the media. Read the rest of this entry »