…and it is, then it is legal and should be accessible to all. The Hyde Amendment discriminates against women living in poverty, and doesn’t pay for a legal medical procedure. Is there any other procedure so banned? No. I wrote this for Connecticut Health Investigative Team.
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We’re more focused on preventive medical care. Thanks, Obama!
I wrote this for Connecticut Health Investigative Team. You can join the team for a panel discussion about preventive care on Oct. 7. More details are here.
Those “pregnancy crisis centers?” Are bogus.
Those so-called pregnancy crisis centers — which purport to offer medical care/advice to pregnant women — are scams, yet incidences of abortion are down nationwide. Is that because of those scams? Or increasingly restrictive abortion laws? Nope. Just look at liberal Connecticut. We had one of the largest reductions (30 percent) in abortion in the …
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If you’re female, CT isn’t a bad place to live.
It could always be better, but still. I wrote this for the Connecticut Health Investigative Team.
Where can depressed teens go for help?
I wrote this for Connecticut Health Investigative Team. And there’s still time to sign up for C-HIT’s teen mental health forum. For more information (and to register), go here.
Why all the fuss about NFL concussions?
And next to no consideration of how concussions affect women? I wrote this for Connecticut Health Investigative Team, C-HIT. Once again, it looks like the research money goes to the dudes.
The fuss over the female libido pill
I wrote this for Connecticut Health Investigative Team, about the federal government’s squeamishness about approving medication for women with flagging libidos — while, conversely and perversely, men’s Down Yonders seem to get loads of federal attention. Of course, you could make the argument that a flagging libido might be a naturally-occurring event for some, and …
We need aid-in-dying legislation in Connecticut
And the people who’ve been pushing such legislation are trying again this session. I wrote this for the CT Health Investigative Team. I know some of my friends in other faiths believe this is a slippery slope — that’s the phrase they use — but in fact, there are all sorts of measures in place …
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