If a fetus is a person, would it be a citizen too?
- Abortion rights in the United States might be in for a bit of a reduction.
- Many of the debates around abortion center around what rights, if any, a fetus should have.
- If a fetus is a person, the question of if it would be a citizen seems quickly comes to mind.
A new study from Johns Hopkins University supports making birth control pills available without a prescription.
There is a debate among would-be parents and experts alike, as to whether it’s better to undergo prenatal genetic testing and know if there is a problem – or not. Here are the pros and cons.
Expecting a baby can be one of the most joyous times in a couple’s life together. It can also instill a lot of worry. One of the biggest concerns is over the baby’s health. They may worry about birth defects or even genetic diseases. Luckily, most babies are born perfectly healthy. That doesn’t mean such complications are rare, but uncommon. Around one in 33 births result in a birth defect each year, according to the CDC.