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Conscientious Objection

Conscientious objection is the term given to doctors when they refuse to offer a medical service due to their own personal religious or moral beliefs. In Australia this is almost solely an issue of women’s health and reproductive rights, such as contraception and abortion.  353 more words

Women's Rights

Here’s the Lowdown on Big Pharma’s Mega-Merger Mania, by Adam O'Dell

From Adam O’Dell at davidstockmanscontracorner.com:

Last spring, I found myself at a wedding talking to my cousin about “poison pills.”

Not the Romeo and Juliet kind. 425 more words

Financial Markets

Tides of Azure Blue

My beach has bleached white powdered sands and tides of azure blue.

It has exotic rocks and roots to bind a broken you.

So come and see my beach for free and mend your broken pots. 11 more words

Fiction And Poetry

Latest Semester

Hi everyone,

It’s been a while since I’ve written anything. I keep thinking about what to write but never have enough motivation. I’ve been feeling kinda down this semester; it’s been a very difficult one. 913 more words


30 Covers Challenge (Day 16-20)

So very close now, one day away from the deadline. Only 9 covers behind, I can do this. :) This time around I decided to stick to nonfiction themes by suggestion from a fellow friend and follower. 25 more words

Premade Covers

Science Says Dogs Are Good For Us, And Who Are We To Disagree?

A study by Medical News Today revealed that children with dogs not only had reduced stress, but also a lower body mass index. Most dog owners already know that increased physical activity and a feeling inside their body and brain known as “love” comes with the territory of owning a dog, but the mental health benefits go far beyond the joy you get when you cuddle with your furry friend. 217 more words


My Brother Might Have Found My Antidepressant

This weekend, I asked my brother to change the oil in my car. However, he decided to do it while I was over at my grandpa’s. 175 more words