Brain freeze, motion sickness, phantom vibration syndrome – why do our bodies do weird things?
Roe v. Wade was wise, rational, and empathetic. Instead of the mean-spirited, judgmental, and controlling legislation that is ready to pounce in some states, I am hopeful that the other states, where children’s well-being is nurtured, can continue to be compassionate, rational, and less freaky about women’s sexuality.
RaDonda Leanne Vaught became the first nurse criminally convicted for a medication error.
Up until the early 1900s, warts found anywhere on the body were all attributed to the “human wart virus.”
Kathleen and Craig Folbigg’s first baby, Caleb, died when he was 19 days old.
Had medication abortion been available in 1994, she might still be alive. Today there are safe and effective medications to induce abortion.