Abortion and Mental Health

January 21, 2016
In Chile, almost two hundred psychologists, psychiatrists, and other medical doctors have signed an important new statement of the negative effects of abortion on women’s mental health in an...
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Posted by: Life House
September 25, 2014
Right about now you’re settling back into the Dáil, back to the business of running the country. Right about now I am having another blood test from my incubator in Neonatal ICU. I have a...
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Posted by: Life House
June 11, 2014
We’ve heard of forced abortions in China. Women being held down against their will, sometimes drugged or sedated, and forcibly, yet legally, aborted. We think this could never happen in our neck...
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Posted by: Life House
June 7, 2013
The Irish Examiner has reported that four Labour TDs may break ranks on the proposed abortion bill. Colm Keaveney, the Tuam-based Labour TD, caused consternation in the party when he wrote that he...
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Posted by: Life House
May 9, 2013
This morning, 9 May 2013, the RTÉ news programme, Morning Ireland, was forced to admit the truth about their earlier claim that Dr David Fergusson was 'unhappy' with how pro-life groups...
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Posted by: Life House
April 28, 2013
113 psychiatrists have signed a statement saying that legislation, which would allow for abortion as a treatment for threat of suicide, has no basis in medical evidence.
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Posted by: Life House
April 22, 2013
Abortion proposal a shambles since Fine Gael and Labour both ignore the evidence
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Posted by: Life House
April 15, 2013
Abortion does nothing to improve the mental health of women experiencing unwanted pregnancies but puts them at greater risk of problems, a new study has found. A clinical psychiatrist, said that...
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Posted by: Lifesite News
March 21, 2013
Abortion is not a treatment for suicide: that's what the experts told the government at the Oireachtas Committee hearings on abortion. Now these powerful newspaper adverts spelling out that expert...
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Posted by: Life House
March 5, 2013
A REVIEW of maternal deaths, spanning 60 years in the country's main maternity hospitals, has found no recorded case of a woman taking her own life because she was pregnant, writes Eilish O'Regan.
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Posted by: Irish Independent