The selective termination of a pregnancy based on gender is on the rise globally. Science has made it easier than ever to detect the sex of a fetus and to determine whether to continue or end a pregnancy. The phenomenon is growing not only in countries like China and India, but also in p
With modern technologies like ultrasounds and pre-natal screenings, it's becoming easier for parents to selectively terminate a pregnancy based on gender. And in countries around the world -- from China to India, Vietnam, Korea, Georgia and Albania -- this form of sex selection is on the rise.
The state of Indiana is trying to reinstate its controversial law banning Medicaid funds from going to Planned Parenthood of Indiana and other health agencies that provide abortions.The state’s lawyers Thursday went before a three-judge panel of the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals at the Dirksen Federa
Jump up and down, neatly touching your heels to your buttocks seven times to induce miscarriageA spider's egg, attached to the body with deer hide before sunrise (prevents contraception for twelve months)Attaching a cat liver to one's left footSneezing during sexCrocodile dung (for contraception)Mul
The battle over abortion has divided this country since the Supreme Court's 1973 decision in Roe v. Wade. To try to gain some insights into our cultural divide, we'll spend the week comparing the debate in the U.S. to those of other countries.