The inherent commoditization of human beings is the glaring moral conundrum of in vitro fertilization. In the IVF process, a large number of
Even while many countries are grappling with fertility decline, aging populations, and even loss of population, population control advocates
On March 21st, people with Down syndrome and those who live and work with them throughout the world organized and participated in World Down
Osteogenesis Imperfecta (OI) or brittle bone disease is an extremely rare genetic disorder that impairs the body’s ability to make strong bones.
An unnamed nurse gives a chilling description of infanticides that took place at the hospital where she worked. The nurse told a reporter from
It is very possible that the United States may follow the United Kingdom's lead and sanction the genetic engineering of future generations using
In Michigan, Planned Parenthood has announced the completion of a $2 million renovation project at its headquarters and the Irwin/Martin Center.
On Thursday, Arkansas lawmakers voted to cut off public funding to abortion businesses like Planned Parenthood and organizations that refer women
The New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM) published a new study concerning the Belgium euthanasia experience titled: Recent Trends in Euthanasia
(LiveActionNews) -- It took a long time for Michayla, age seven, to deal with the loss of her baby brother, Walter. Michayla still proudly speaks
Prosecutors are trying for a third time to convince a jury that Cameron John Brown threw his 4-year-old daughter off a 120-foot cliff in Rancho
In Ohio, Deasia Watkins, who has been accused of decapitating her baby in her home, faced a grand jury today and pleaded not guilty to murder
In Indonesia, conjoined twin girls were born with a very rare condition and share a chest, abdomen and a heart.According to the Daily Mail, the