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Mom of 'bingo babies' reflects on her lucky gift of in vitro fertilization
That was the winning bingo number that led a Canadian couple to welcome their sweet bundles of joy. Jaylyn Hosburgh, 31, of Windsor, Ontario, attended bingo night in 2015 with her mother, Christine Re... read more
Grateful for all shower gifts but...
sometimes I even send gifts if I'm not invited but just hear or know about an occasion for someone I care about....my mom always told me to choose practical gifts that help the person or reflect them ... read more
Our Culture Scandalizes Children — and is Scandalized by Them
If the Church’s hands are dirty with a sex abuse scandal, the blood of almost 60,000,000 babies stains ... like in vitro fertilization) where multiple pregnancies are aborted down to one? That you wer... read more
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2007 was our year, say these 4 NYers
But it's less common to look back on your year and reflect on changes you've already made. For these four New York City women, 2007 was all about changing for the better, because each had her ultimate ... read more
WEIRD: Her Abortion Is a “Special Memory”; In a Fire, She’d Grab Her Sonogram First
When Emily got pregnant, she made the same decision that she encourages other women to make: to cut short her baby’s life because she “wasn’t ready to be a mother.” I’ve got news for you, Emily: You A... read more
Amy Taylor talks work, triplets, weight loss and her stint in soap operas
Her ... being a mom doesn't mean having a blood relationship with someone," she says. "And once I understood that, I was comfortable with however I became a parent." In 2003, Taylor became pregnant wi... read more
Are Feminist Dystopias the #MeToo Movement of Literature?
In her review of Red Clocks, Rooney further clarifies her concern about the onslaught of feminist dystopic fiction: “readers,” she cautions, “might find it redundant to be immersed in fiction that so ... read more
Parents share warning after rescuing 3-year-old from water-filled washing machine
She emerged only with minor scrapes and bruises. “I pulled her outside of it and got the best hug in the world from her,” said Alan McIver. “She was out and was crying, but safe." Lindsey McIver share... read more
The US Congress Anti-Science Committee
[NB: As always with posts like this, I strongly urge you to read my note about posts covering politics and religion as well as my commenting policy before leaving a comment.] Not too long ago, I (and ... read more
A chimp-pig hybrid origin for humans?
Comparison of human and chimp chromosomes. Credit: science.kqed.org/quest/2008/05/12/chromosome-fusion-chance-or-design/ (Phys.org) —These days, getting a Ph.D. is probably the last thing you want to ... read more
My first post, Issues with FMIL
Holds them, kisses them, tells the dogs she loves them, and the best part is she calls them her grandchildren and even posts them on face book saying she would be VERY lucky ... these gifts for Christ... read more
GMO Labeling Articles Should Reference Scientific Consensus
I recently spoke at Cornell about the public GMO discourse–who has shaped it and how some commonly held perceptions have taken hold in the media. In one talk, I discussed the importance of thought lea... read more