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Taking Advantage of the Vulnerable

Worse Than Fiction

John Le Carre’s novel, The Constant Gardner is a story of pharmaceutical exploitation.  Big Western drug companies distribute drugs in African countries, but the drugs are untested, dangerous, and end up killing people.  591 more words

Drugs

Criticism of SAGES Misses the Point

I’m a little confused about some students’ apathy toward SAGES.

Most students who are bellyaching about SAGES seem to fundamentally misunderstand the group and Fordham’s policies, specifically the university’s restrictive stance toward free speech. 485 more words

Fordham University

Advice from a Young Saint

“One life is all we have and we live it as we believe in living it. But to sacrifice what you are and to live without belief, that is a fate more terrible than dying.”
–St. Joan of Arc

For our sexual health week we talked focused on STDs and contraception methods although we did include more general health information in the newsletter.  We did a condom demonstration and then practiced putting on condoms (we used bananas as our phallics).  198 more words

Autism

An average mom's take on IUD

So i had my post-natal check up today with Dr. Seri Suniza at PCMC (she’s the best!)!Anddd obviously I only had one agenda in mind, … 488 more words

IUD

So, You Think I Shouldn't Have a CHOICE Over My Body?

So abortion

When is it right to take another person’s life? I say, only when they threaten your life or an innocent someone else. While it is hard to determine who is “innocent,” I believe children, helpless bystanders and close personal friends and family are all worth any protection you can give them. 549 more words

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