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    worry about such issues, but women today are at risk of losing this right. Taking away a women’s right to choice infringes on her rights. There are many misconceptions when it comes to abortion. Organizations with specific agendas like to twist statistics which leads to a misinformed public. Most people’s conception of what abortion is, and the statistics surrounding the issue of safety are often incorrect. Abortion is the termination of a pregnancy by the removal of a fetus or embryo before it is able to survive on its own.…

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    Abortion is more dangerous and can really put peoples life at risk than most people are aware of. In fact, “47,000 women die a year as a result of complications of unsafe abortions”(“Preventing Unsafe Abortion”).When most people think of abortion some may feel like it is harmless, but as we already know it is lethal to the fetus, but most people don't consider the fact that it can also be lethal for the mother as well. As a result more and more people are becoming more informed. “In the United…

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    Adolescents in Nigeria Knowledge they say empowers, transforms and reforms. It has been observed from the literature that there has been a dearth of accurate information as regard issues of sexuality and reproductive health among adolescents generally. This is particularly the case inmost economically poor countries where the educational system is defective. Information regarding sexual and reproductive health is poorly disseminated most especially in Nigeria despite the efforts of several non…

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    Since 1998 and the beginning of the Reform Era that has characterized post-Suharto Indonesia, programs and laws focusing on gender empowerment have abounded in the archipelago (Utomo & McDonald, 2009, p.143). Nevertheless, these multiple policies strangely have yet to deal with issues of reproductive health and rights, whose access is still very restricted and discriminatory, despite unsafe abortions accounting for five to eleven percent of maternal in the country (Amnesty International, 2010,…

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    Factors Contributing to Postpartum Depression Amy Sharp Tarleton State University Factors Contributing to Postpartum Depression Postpartum depression (PPD) is an often unrecognized and undertreated public health problem, affecting approximately 10-15% of women within the first year of childbirth (Thurgood, Avery, & Williamson, 2009; Pearlstein, Howard, Salisbury, & Zlotnick, 2009). Banker & LaCoursiere (2014) suggest that 40-50% of all PPD cases are unrecognized. Although most cases of…

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    As of the 2015 census, Hispanics make up the largest percentage of minority groups at 17.6% of the U.S. population, approximately 320 million people (U.S. Census Bureau, 2015). Although they make up a significant portion of the population of the United States, Hispanic population are disproportionately affected by high incidences of sexually transmitted infections (STIs) and rates of HIV transmission (Bouris et al., 2010). For example, Hispanics comprise 18% of the people with HIV and account…

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    Abortion has been a very controversial and sensitive topic since the legalization of the procedure in 1988. Those in favour of legal abortions are considered pro-choice, while those who oppose are pro-life. Douglas Groothius’s short essay titled “Why I am pro-life, a short, non-sectarian argument” briefly explains his perspective on abortion. Groothius believes the procedure should be illegal under nearly all circumstances, with only one exception: if the pregnancy is threatening to the…

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    control and abortion aren’t new, but there are new ideas on the safety that comes with birth control. Birth control no longer requires drinking lead, instead it…

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    When there are no reproductive rights, there is no access to healthcare, unsafe motherhood, unsafe abortions that will more than likely lead to the woman’s cause of death, many deaths in women from unwanted pregnancies, and no help with fighting against sexual harassment. Due to complications of unsafe abortion, each year 47,000 women die from the procedure. (“Preventing,” 2008, para. 1). This supports the researcher’s view that removing reproductive rights will increase the danger of women’s…

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    Finance against: Medical and Lifestyle Expenses Transition: Financial issues arrive from a plethora of avenues and abortion plants itself firmly in these problems. Abortions can increase finances concerning medical bills. The side effects of abortion will cause financial damage and ripples in bank accounts. An example of a financial burden is an increase in drug use with those that have previously had an abortion. According to David Reardon of the Elliot Institute, in 2013, 49 percent of women…

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