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LIFEalerts – Abortion

By Publisher | July 30, 2021

Abortion World – Abortion by telehealth increases risks of complications for women England, Scotland, and Wales have allowed ‘at-home’ abortions during the coronavirus pandemic and a similar policy is to be implemented in Northern Ireland. Recent reports and request for data documents show there are major concerns with this policy. A recent Sky News documentary on … Read more

LIFEalerts – Euthanasia

By Publisher | July 30, 2021

Euthanasia Canada – Medical Organisations: euthanasia will provide not prevent suicide. Several countries have permitted euthanasia for patients with psychiatric illness opening the door to provide suicide rather than prevent it. The American Medical Association repeatedly concluded that euthanasia practices are “fundamentally incompatible with the physician’s role as a healer,” and the World Medical Association is firmly opposed to … Read more

LIFEalerts – LGBTQ+ Issues

By Publisher | July 30, 2021

LGBTQ+ Issues USA – 17 states defend Arkansas’ ban on child ‘sex changes’ Seventeen states are backing an Arkansas law that bans experimental, life-threatening transgender procedures for children and adolescents. A coalition of state attorneys general, led by Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall, filed an amicus brief last week in the U.S. District Court. Arkansas lawmakers enacted the Save Adolescents from Experimentation … Read more

LIFEalerts – Medical Ethics

By Publisher | July 30, 2021

Medical Ethics China – Tests the theory of male pregnancy Recently, a team of scientists in China at the Naval Medical University in Shanghai tried to create a model to test the hypothesis that you could get a male rat to deliver babies. They took a male and a female rat and literally joined their … Read more

LIFEalerts – Substance Abuse

By Publisher | July 30, 2021

Substance Abuse USA – UN World Drug Report: Ban Marijuana Advertising & THC potency caps Earlier this month (June) the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) released the latest edition of the annual World Drug Report, which highlighted the fact that while use of marijuana among young people has increased to levels not … Read more

LIFEalerts – Sexual Exploitation

By Publisher | July 30, 2021

Sexual Exploitation Germany – Registered sex workers drop sharply in pandemic The number of people registered as sex workers with German authorities declined sharply last year as coronavirus restrictions shut brothels for months. Legislation in 2002 legalized and regulated prostitution in Germany, giving sex workers social benefits, and they are now obliged to register. But … Read more

LIFEalerts – Pornography

By Publisher | June 28, 2021

Pornography World – Controversial Sexuality Education Rejected at World Health Assembly Multiple UN Member States have recently rejected a paragraph calling for highly controversial “Comprehensive Sexuality Education” (CSE) at a World Health Assembly (WHA) resolution on ending violence against children. This means that UN documents will no longer accept CSE moving forward. CSE goes far beyond … Read more

LIFEalerts – Substance Abuse

By Publisher | June 25, 2021

Substance Abuse Colorado – Breaking News: Colorado passes bill to overhaul marijuana industry Recently, Colorado State Assembly has overwhelmingly passed a bill to establish a scientific review council to analyze the available research on the physical and mental health effects related to the use of high potency marijuana. The bill must face one more vote … Read more

LIFEalerts – LGBTQ+ Issues

By Publisher | June 25, 2021

LGBTQ+ Issues Sweden – Swedish Hospital bans experimental drugs used on transgender minors The most politically and socially liberal countries in the world has nonetheless issued new guidelines on how to care for gender dysphoric minors and their mental, emotional, and physical well-being under age 16. The guidelines contradict many assertions of the transgender lobby, which encourage … Read more

LIFEalerts – Euthanasia

By Publisher | June 25, 2021

Euthanasia Belgium – UN Human Rights Council criticized Belgium’s euthanasia law Since Belgium legalized Euthanasia in 2002, the country has experienced a hundredfold increase in registered euthanasia deaths. In February 2014, the law expanded to enable doctors to end the lives of children of any age. In 2017, almost 20% of deaths by euthanasia in … Read more