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How good parenting can be the best way to treat your child’s depression and anxiety

Dr. Leonard Sax, physician and psychologist, says American medicine has gotten turned around when it comes to treating children who are anxious, depressed or lack focus. He tells the story of some parents whose daughter’s grades started to slide. The doctor suspected attention deficit disorder and prescribed Aderall for the child. The medication helped, but […]

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Sharing the Stories of Heroes This Memorial Day

Many nations set aside days to celebrate the end of wars or major battles, and to honor those who fought in them. Memorial Day in America is different in that it doesn’t celebrate veterans—we have a different day set aside for that. This federal holiday was designed to celebrate and honor those who have died while […]

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Women’s Expectations About Unplanned Births

According to a recent survey, more than six in ten 18- to 44-year-old mothers in the U.S. report that one or more of their births was unplanned. It may seem strange to mention this fact so soon after a national holiday honoring moms, as unintended pregnancies are seldom cause for celebration. Yet American women who […]

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Honduran Physicians Defend the Human Person, from Conception to Death

Following the historic vote that preserved Honduras’ pro-life legislation, an astonishingly strong case against abortion decriminalization came from the Honduran College of Physicians. “There is no reason capable to justify the intentional elimination of a human being who still has not manifested all the potential benefit he/she may bring to himself, to his/her family, and […]

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U.S. Alzheimer’s deaths jump 54 percent; many increasingly dying at home

U.S. deaths from Alzheimer’s disease rose by more than 50 percent from 1999 to 2014, and rates are expected to continue to rise, reflecting the nation’s aging population and increasing life expectancy, American researchers said on Thursday. In addition, a larger proportion of people with Alzheimer’s are dying at home rather than a medical facility, […]

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UN LGBT Czar’s First Report Falsifies UN Record

The first report issued by Vitit Muntarbhorn, the new UN independent expert on lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender issues goes well beyond his new office’s mandate of merely preventing violence. The new report in fact targets children, promotes homosexual marriage, denigrates traditional culture and religion and endorses interference into the internal affairs of sovereign states. The […]

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We don’t have an income inequality problem; we have an ego problem

Despite what we routinely read in the news, we do not have an income inequality problem. First, as I’ve previously argued, we don’t refer to height differences as “height inequality.” Nor should we speak of income differences as “income inequality.” Doing so implies the deck is stacked for the “haves” and against the “have nots” […]

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St. Louis Ordinance Forces Churches and Pro-Life Groups to Fund Abortions

A pro-life state senator in Missouri is calling for a special legislative session to strike down a St. Louis city ordinance that prompted a nonprofit maternity home and two other organizations to file a lawsuit earlier this week.  Writing an op-ed in Thursday’s edition of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, state senator Bob Onder urged his […]

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Christian School Defends Punishing Student Who Got Pregnant and Rejected Abortion

Maddi Runkles is an 18-year-old straight-A student who attends Heritage Academy, a private Christian high school in Maryland. She’s also pregnant and due to give birth to her son on September 4, and because of her pregnancy, she is not being allowed to walk at graduation.  Runkles’ story first broke last week, and her school […]

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Horrifying Video From Abortion Conference Shows Utter Disregard for Human Life

Lawyers for Center for Medical Progress founder David Daleiden released a new video Thursday that exposes horrifying statements from leaders of the abortion industry during National Abortion Federation conventions in California in 2014 and 2015. The National Abortion Federation describes itself as “the professional association of abortion providers.” The group says it “exhibits and presents at numerous […]

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Hal Boyd: What the New York Times op-ed got wrong about marriage

Marriage and family are more than mere lifestyle choices — they represent noble sacrifices in service of a higher moral purpose. Thursday’s op-ed in The New York Times, “Get Married, Get Healthy? Maybe Not” misses this important point.  The author of the op-ed, Bella DePaulo, debunks the idea that marriage itself makes one healthier or […]

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