The US’ neighbor to the north extends euthanasia to the disabled and mentally ill, considers ‘advance directives’ to kill in case of mental decline.
Canadian Catholic politicians are divided on their ‘personal’ views regarding abortion or physician-assisted suicide, but it appears that the election outcome will have little impact on Canada’s laws about them.
Fatal blood clots, suicidal behavior, lowered IQs, brittle bones and sterility are just a few of the potential side effects of ‘puberty blockers’ that the transgender industry doesn’t want talked about.
The first-of-its-kind animal research of chemical abortion pill RU-486 points to ‘clear distress’ in aborted animals, but not those who miscarry.
The Trump administration is seeking alternatives to aborted fetuses for vaccine and virus researchers, but National Institutes of Health Director Francis Collins recently backed such research.
The teen defied the medical definition of brain death, and her family’s fight to spare her life has fueled other challenges to this complicated medical diagnosis.
LGBTQ ‘values’ and ‘sexual equality’ trump religious rights, says decision upholding refusal of accreditation to a Christian university’s proposed law school.
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A sex-abuse victim in her 20s, a 41-year-old alcoholic, a woman with ringing in her ears and now an Alzheimer’s patient who fought back are clients of the Netherlands’ progressive euthanasia law.
Staff turned up the radio to drown women’s cries and flushed human remains down the toilet, the former Ugandan family-planning clinic manager alleged.
But it is business as usual in the U.S. for the device plagued by lawsuits and allegations of harm.
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Judge who ruled against the baby’s medical treatment to weigh the case again amid global pushback.
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Lambs have been successfully gestated in ‘artificial wombs’ outside of their mothers, using new technology that will be tried in humans soon.
A Swedish study finds women on ‘the pill’ are more likely to feel decreased vitality, mood and self-control.
Research on more than 1 million women and girls finds use of hormonal birth control tied to use of antidepressants.
All three organizations continue to fund birth-control injections that studies say heighten millions of women’s risk of AIDS.
A federal funding ban has not stopped scientists from gestating human-animal embryos for research, including those made using aborted human baby cells.
New court documents fuel controversy around the 15-year-old who has launched the accepted definition of ‘brain death’ into a tailspin.
Critics warn the announcement will not curtail the U.S. tax-supported regime of forced abortion, sterilization and contraception — or save the country from demographic ruin.
A documentary records a grieving 85-year-old being euthanized by her family doctor, along with the struggle of a 32-year-old father with few options but death in the pro-euthanasia European nation.
Contacted by the Register, the U.N. Population Fund refuted reports that the Asian nation’s communist regime has scrapped its previous population-control policy.
Fish struggle to fertilize eggs three generations after exposure to contraceptive hormone, raising questions about the effects on humans.
A recent study claims the majority of Americans would support ditching the ‘dead-donor rule’ for organ extraction.
Doctors disagree on how to diagnose death, but the 13-year-old ‘corpse’ appears to move when her mother asks her to do so.