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Pope on abortion: Francis relaxes forgiveness rules

Pope Francis is making it easier for women and doctors to seek forgiveness for abortion, by allowing all priests to forgive it. In Catholicism, abortion is viewed as such a grave sin that it can punished with excommunication. In most countries, only a bishop can approve forgiveness for abortion. They would then delegate an expert [...]

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Are Dads Optional & Replaceable?

Ok. I’m just going to warn you that this article is laden with research and credible sources, or in other words—nutrition. Please don’t check out, click out, or drop out of reading it because it isn’t full of mindless entertainment and half-truths that are politically correct, in other words—Twinkie cream.  SETTING A LOW “STANDARD” FOR [...]

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Ohio district implementing gender-neutral restrooms in all schools

A school district in Ohio will allow a student who has declared they are of the male gender to use the men’s restroom,  and all students will be allowed to use restrooms that match their gender identity. According to WHIO, the Troy City Schools superintendent said denying a student’s request to use a restroom that matches the [...]

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Federal court sides with Pro-Life organization over Obamacare’s abortion pill mandate

A federal court Monday decided in favor of pro-life organization March for Life, ruling that the government cannot force the group to act contrary to its pro-life beliefs by enforcing a mandate that the group provide abortion-inducing drugs to employees. The court’s order in March for Life v. Burwell permanently bars the Obama administration from enforcing its mandate in [...]

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ACLU wants Kentucky clerk in contempt of court over denying gay marriage licenses

The ACLU of Kentucky filed a motion in federal court Tuesday asking a judge to hold county clerk Kim Davis in contempt of court for failing to comply with the Supreme Court and issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples. In court papers, the ACLU lawyers note that following the Supreme Court’s order late Monday night, [...]

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4 warning signs of suicide

If your teen wears a lot of dark clothing and identifies as Goth, he or she may be more at risk for depression or self-harm, according to a new study cited by Time magazine. The study, published last week in The Lancet Psychiatry, found that 15-year-olds who identified as Goth were more likely to suffer from [...]

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Religion rarely part of ICU conversation

In less than 20 percent of family meetings in the intensive care unit do doctors and other health care providers discuss religion or spirituality a new study finds. For many patients and families, religion and spirituality are important near the end of life, and understanding these beliefs may be “important to delivering care that is [...]

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ACLU says new Nevada education law violates separation of church and state

A new Nevada law that would create educational savings accounts that parents could use to mix and match educational needs has come under fire, with the ACLU filing a lawsuit alleging that parents who choose to use those funds to pay tuition at religious schools would be violating the state’s Blaine Amendment. Like most states, [...]

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We’ve called autism a disease for decades. We were wrong.

Most people think of autism as a disease, a major impediment of which an increasing number of children are “victims.” But over the past two decades, a growing number of adults on the autism spectrum, myself included, have rejected this frame and called for non-autistic “neurotypicals” to respect and accommodate “neurodiversity.” We believe that autism [...]

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Tips for Managing Meltdowns From a Child Therapist

Most disruptive kid behavior is attention-seeking, so your most powerful response is to withdraw your attention completely by ignoring. Is your kid whining non-stop because you turned off the TV? Let her know you’ll be tuning her out. You might say, “Hey Suzie, right now you are whining, and that hurts my ears.

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How Some Couples Weather Financial Storms

During the Great Recession, millions of Americans lost their homes to foreclosure, and millions more lost their jobs. The resulting economic turmoil put a strain on many marriages.1 That the recession took a toll on relationships is not surprising; multiple social science studies have demonstrated a link between financial stress and marital difficulties.2Whether or not the [...]

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