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The recent school shootings at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Connecticut and the rush to address the gun issue in the aftermath of the shootings, has once again put the issues of gun violence, gun control, and the second amendment into our living rooms. People are asking: Do we need [...]
English: Right to Deathers (Photo credit: Wikipedia)As we mentioned, January 22nd, marked the 40th anniversary of the passage of Roe v Wade.
Forty years to the date, NBC News/Wall Street Journal released a poll showing that for the first time ever, the majority of Americans think abortion should be legal in all or [...]
The nation is still reeling with shock and outrage one month after the devastating school shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary. The recent tragedy prompted Johns Hopkins University to convene global leaders in gun policy and violence to present research findings and engage in dialogue during the Summit on Reducing Gun Violence [...]
Women’s health advocates are celebrating the fortieth birthday of Roe vs. Wade, the landmark court case that legalized abortion in America. This decision had led to increased well-being among American women, as abortion is now safer and occurs earlier in pregnancy.
Although there is cause to celebrate this milestone, the 92 abortion-restricting provisions [...]
It is difficult to envision a more senseless tragedy than what occurred at Sandy Hook Elementary on Friday. Twenty young children and six adults were slain by a gunman who carried three weapons – including a semi-automatic rifle – into their school. Social media, television and radio have been flooded with discussions around gun [...]
For decades, child obesity rates have been on the rise throughout the country. At present, 12.5 million people under the age of 20 are overweight or obese.
However, this trend might finally be reversing. For the first time in 30 years, several American cities are reporting their first declines. In [...]