A lot of states see abortions as a big toll on women's mental and physical health, so they mandate counseling or a waiting period after a woman requests an abortion. With abortion, often being used as a contraceptive after a teenage pregnancy, thirty-seven states require parents to be involved in a minor's decision to have an abortion. Finally, forty-five states offer physicians the moral right to refuse to perform abortions (“An Overview of Abortion Laws”). In 2014, 962,200 women had abortions in the United States. Although that number is down twelve percent from 2011, it is still to many innocent lives being taken.
Cancer Healer fruit 10,000 Times More Powerful Than Chemotherapy Soursop fruit has been researched and developed as a raw material medicines for cancer, particularly cancers of the prostate, pancreas, and lungs. A company in America willing to disburse billions of dollars in order to prove the efficacy of soursop as an effective cancer cell killer and much safer than the chemo therapy. Unfortunately, until now the drug is still kept secret. News about the secret of soursop fruit was later revealed and spread quickly through mailing lists. That information is certainly quite encouraging, especially for cancer patients and their families.
First of all, government-funded programs open an access to affordable health care. While providing health care may seem quite expensive, sacrifice made by young women comes at a greater price. Clearly, giving teenagers access to birth control is about exactly that control. Thus, Cory Gardner, a representative of the Republican Party, points out the importance of access of healthcare services to everyone at any time without any extra routine using the new campaign ad saying “The pill ought to be available over the counter, round the clock, without a prescription”. When, for example, Colorado offered teenagers and poor women free intrauterine devices and implants which can prevent pregnancy for several years, the birthrate among teenagers in the state fell by 40 percent from 2009 to 2013, while their rate of abortions fell by 42 percent, according to the Colorado
Discuss and justify your arguments. A large number of children died before adulthood during an outbreak of infectious disease before vaccinations were made available for us. Vaccines are one of the most effective way to prevent diseases with almost 99% effectiveness, hence it is one of the most crucial way to ensure children’s safety. (Boloursaz, 2012) Hence, I believe that the government should make vaccination mandatory to everyone. It is one of the safest, and most effective way to prevent an outbreak of infectious diseases that have taken a lot of lives, in a really short period of
An online article written by doctors Lisa Haddad and Nawal Nour states, “Some 68,000 women die of unsafe abortion annually, making it one of the leading causes of maternal mortality (13%). Of the women who survive unsafe abortion, 5 million will suffer long-term health complications” (“Unsafe Abortion: Unnecessary Maternal Mortality” ). Death and long term injury from unsafe abortions can be prevented, if those who do not want or cannot afford to have children have methods to prevent pregnancy from even happening. These deaths and injuries are important, because they are extremely preventable, and the fact that prevention is not openly distributed to the public is an injustice. The United Nations’ Declaration of
Vaccinations are the future of a disease free world that can easily save millions of lives. By properly educating the public about all of the positive benefits of vaccinations and all the lives that could be saved, we could one day live in a society of no illness like Brave New World. Disease has been around since the beginning of mankind and up until the late 1700’s, there were no cures available for deadly diseases. Early vaccines date back to the 1100’s when variolation was invented to treat smallpox. Variolation is the process of rubbing fluid from scabs on to superficial scratches on the surface of the skin (“Vaccine Timeline.”).
A woman is said to be the light bulb in a family but what happens if she is unable to fulfill her roles and duties as a mother? Can we still say that a family stays happy when there is a lack of mother figure? One of the global health issues that mainly attacks women today is cervical cancer, a type of cancer that occurs in the cervix (a female reproductive organ that connects the lower part of a woman’s uterus to her vagina). Experts said that about 250, 000 women around the globe die of cervical cancer a year caused by the sexually transmitted human papillomavirus (HPV) which infects nearly 80% sexually active women. HPV infection commonly causes skin or mucous membrane growths (warts) on the different parts of the body.
Different to what you may think, the numbers are even higher in high income schools. One of the 3 elementary schools in Malibu California reported that 42% of its students have not taken all the required vaccines. Since autism has been wrongly linked to inoculation, the anti inoculation movement grew in all corners of the world and since then, many parents have chosen not to inoculate their children. It is premature and irresponsible to assume that autism is directly caused by vaccination when this condition can affect people who have not been vaccinated. To better understand the anti vaccination movement and the importance of vaccinations, I will explain how the movement started, how their claims are
Sadly his friend, sister and aunt also was diagnosed with cancer. Since they all suffered from the plague of cancer, they began to believe that cancer could be attained genetically through family genes. But, Jim Tarter(along with his sister,Karan) thought something else could have influenced the reason how they all attained cancer. Carson and Steingraber’s texts argue a connection between environmental exploitation and human exploitation or social justice (Jim Tarter, Inquiry: 824). While they were victims to the plague of cancer (still writing), in their books they pointed out new dangers from recently released chemicals that could have had an effect on cancer patients (or
Molly started chemotherapy to destroy her bone marrow and received a transfusion of the cord blood cells a month later. The transplant cured Molly's bone marrow failure, but she still suffers from Fanconi anaemia and visits the doctors 35-40 times a year to screen for solid-tumour cancers. A common cold could have dire consequences for her, but her bone marrow is functioning normally. This was the first case where saviour sibling was used to cure the already existing