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Pro-Abortion Injunctions Attempt to Delay Abortion Bans

America’s first post-Roe v. Wade pro-life laws have been delayed by a series of injunctions that have resulted in women continuing to be able to have abortions.

Georgia Abortion Clinic Closes Down After Killing Babies for 40 Years

The clinic was coastal Georgia's sole surgical abortion provider.

‘God, What Have I Done?’: Man Suing Over Sex Change Says ‘Avalanche’ Of Detransitioners Looms

A British man who intends to sue the National Health Service (NHS) for greenlighting sex-change surgery while battling mental illness has gone public to...

94 Percent of Medication Not Supported by High-Quality Evidence, Harms Underreported

Less than 6 percent of medical drugs have high-quality evidence to support their benefits, according to a recent study by the University of Oxford.

My Prayer: Fathers, Discover the Joy of Fatherhood

As fathers, we have a unique calling to lead our children in the right direction. Each of our children is different, and each will answer a calling that is perhaps unexpected.

More Vaccine-Injured Pilots Speak Out as Groups Pressure Airlines, Regulators to End Mandates

Sharp chest pains. Myocarditis and pericarditis. Heart attacks. Strokes and subsequent blindness.

Canadian Man Awarded Vax Injury Payout Due to Guillain-Barré Syndrome

B.C. man is first Canadian to recieve COVID-19 vaccine compensation.

Study Shows Pharmaceutical Ads Make People Want Prescriptions

These ads are illegal in most countries but not in the US, where 27% of people spoke to their doctor about a medical treatment after they learned about it from an ad.

Five Biggest Supreme Court Cases to Watch

The U.S. Supreme Court tends to issue its biggest decisions in June.

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