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Nightly news speaks more to Catholic Church about contraception than OB/GYNs. A lot more.

An interesting poster was presented at the 2015 Annual Meeting of the American Congress on Obstetrics and Gynecology (ACOG) – National Network Television News Coverage of Contraception in the Era of the Affordable Care Act… 752 more words


Essure contraceptive implant coming under heavy fire

Thirteen years ago when the Essure contraceptive implant first hit the market, it held so much promise for women who wanted to prevent unwanted pregnancies. The device could be implanted in a doctor’s office in about 10 minutes and would result in permanent sterilization. 164 more words

The Catholic Church is correct in its teaching against contraception

Even though there are people who believe that the Catholic Church should change its teaching against contraception, the Catholic Church is correct in teaching that contracepted sexual intercourse is always intrinsically evil. 1,507 more words

Moral And Ethical Issues

Social Justice and the Teaching of the Church

There is an incessant blather in the world and the Church about “Social Justice”. This term in the last few years and created much confusion on just what the social doctrine of Christianity really is. 1,227 more words

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Trends in Long-acting Reversible Contraception Use Among U.S. Women Aged 15–44

Long-acting reversible contraceptives (LARCs), which include intrauterine devices (IUDs) and subdermal hormonal implants, are gaining popularity due to their high efficacy in preventing unintended pregnancies. IUD use was more common among U.S. 185 more words

National Survey Of Family Growth

Homosexuals and the Church

The Catholic Church in the west is continuing it’s “bunker mentality” when it comes to basic core issues of morality, especially in the case of homosexuals. 1,125 more words

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A gynecologist sums up 2014

Another year of blogging has passed, 87 posts to be exact bringing my archive to 376 since inception.

It’s really interesting looking back to see what resonated with people and what didn’t. 1,021 more words