Tags » Fetus

The Truth Behind Morning Sickness

This post may contain affiliate links. If you choose to make a purchase via link(s) provided, I will receive a small percentage at no cost to you. 1,241 more words


Wassily Kandinsky – Composition IX (1936)

With the new discoveries in science, including Einstein’s famous theory of relativity at the beginning of the 20th century, artists started questioning the limited, illusory reality they were experiencing. 440 more words


Pilgrimage to Chuck E. Cheese

Sketch completed 3.20.18

Some time ago, perhaps precisely when time was beginning to develop gross motor skills, my younger brother (in this bit aged 14 years old), a certain Herzog, a certain Shepard, and yours truly found ourselves meekly, outside one of the many mansions of Sir Chuck E. 387 more words

Fractured beginnings: maternal and infant death

The intricate relationship between mother and infant health is becoming more acknowledged in archaeology, with the increase in reporting and publication of cases of maternal and foetal death. 23 more words

Supreme Court Takes Up Challenge By Crisis Pregnancy Centers

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court is hearing arguments in a free speech fight over California’s attempt to regulate anti-abortion crisis pregnancy centers.

The case being argued Tuesday involves information required by a state law that the centers must provide clients about the availability of contraception, abortion and pre-natal care, at little or no cost. 319 more words


The Life of Abortion

Abortion is strange.
It’s one of the most polarising topics currently in the news, but yet there is no real debate or conversation happening because both sides are so against the other side, they don’t want to speak about it. 1,519 more words


And the Winner for the Most False Accusations in a Single Guest Opinion is.....Richard Deaton (Applause, Applause)

Richard Deaton published a Guest Opinion in the Guardian on March 6, 2018 titled “The Changing Politics of Abortion,” which then appeared in the Journal Pioneer the following day. 832 more words