New York, March 8th 2013 – Scientists of the United States of America, Ireland, and Chile met this week in New York to discuss recent scientific evidence regarding abortion as a form of growing violence against women and girls. . . .
Recently American Court of Human Rights has issued a controversial ruling (case Artavia Murillo and others vs. Costa Rica), regarding in vitro fertilization, banned in that country in 1990 by an opinion of the Constitutional Court, among other things, . . .
In the days before Christmas the snow fell heavily. The landscape, especially in parks and forests, was beautiful. The roofs of the houses looked white. People on the street and in shops, many of them dedicated to agriculture and . . .
Mexico City, November, 2012. – «When I was pregnant I thought it was the worst thing that could happen. He was only 17 and definitely what I wanted was to be a mom. » So says Ana Gomez, one . . .
Recently, the European Parliament has condemned-just as some feminists do some time-selection abortion and prenatal sex, that is, for an end to the lives of children by the mere fact of being such. Certainly a remarkable resolution, if one . . .
Abortion figures estimated through opinion surveys in Mexico are inconsistent with the significant decrease in abortion mortality in the country, study finds.
A collaborative study conducted in Mexico by researchers from the West Virginia University-Charleston (US),Universidad Popular . . .