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European Medicines Agency opines that “emergency contraception” is "safe" and should be prescription free

The European Medicines Agency’s advisory Committee for Medicinal Products for Human Use has released an opinion according which HRA Pharma’s “morning-after” pill ellaOne ( 175 more words

Abortion

The "pro-life" movement is about sex, not life

Today, I came across this post on Salon‘s website, discussing a video by Cosmo in which they interviews so-called “side-walk counselors.” There were gems such as this: 1,170 more words

Catholicism

Forever by Judy Blume

Forever
by Judy Blume
Pocket Books, 1975
ISBN: 978-0330397803
220 p.p.

Forever, by Judy Blume, tells the love story of Katherine and Michael, two teenagers who meet at a New Year’s Eve party and fall in love. 644 more words

Fiction

MedHum Monday: Reviewing Jonathan Eig's BIRTH OF THE PILL

Welcome back to the Daily Dose and MedHum Monday! Today we present a review of Jonathan Eig’s latest book, The Birth of the Pill.

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The Daily Dose

NFP: The Catholic Contraceptive?

Natural Family Planning (AKA NFP)- it’s one of the Catholic Church’s largest internal controversies.  There are very few other doctrines of the Church that are surrounded by so much mystery and shrouded with so much misunderstanding.  1,632 more words

Personal Reflections

STUDENT RESEARCH AT THE DITTRICK, Part 3

Welcome to the final installment of the Dittrick’s special series on student work. Today we feature a guest post from Jonah Raider-Roth on the writings of Charles Knowlton. 841 more words

History