Abortion Risks: A list of major physical complications related to abortion

AfterAbortion.org November 2016 Approximately 10% of women undergoing induced abortion suffer from immediate complications, of which one-fifth (2%) were considered major. [19] However the majority of complications take time to develop and will not be apparent for days, months or even years. Major risks and complications of abortion are described, with citations to the medical literature, below. DEATH: According to … Read More

Abortion Risks: A list of major psychological complications related to abortion

AfterAbortion.org November 2016 REQUIREMENT OF PSYCHOLOGICAL TREATMENT: A study of the medical records of 56,741 California medicaid patients revealed that women who had abortions were 160 percent more likely than delivering women to be hospitalized for psychiatric treatment in the first 90 days following abortion or delivery. Rates of psychiatric treatment remained significantly higher for at least four years. In … Read More

Abortion Linked to Higher Rates of Child Abuse, Study Finds

LifeSiteNews.com March 13, 2007 Authors concluded no longer can be any doubt that abortion significantly impacts health of women and their families A history of abortion is associated with more frequent acts of physical aggression toward subsequent children, according to a new study published in the Internet Journal of Pediatrics and Neonatology. The findings were drawn from an analysis of … Read More

Research brief: parental notification for abortion

MetcatorNet 31 July 2013 THE NEWS: Illinois Supreme Court Backs Parental Notification for Abortions. The Illinois Supreme Court recently upheld a ruling that requires doctors to notify parents of girls younger than 17 years old if those girls seek abortions. “Under the law,” reports the Chicago Tribune, “a parent or a guardian would have to be notified at least 48 … Read More

Research shows decline in support for abortion among US youths

Christianity Today March 14, 2010 In 2009, only 24 percent of Americans aged 18 to 29 said abortion should be legal under any circumstances, a drop from 28 percent in the year 2000 and 36 percent in 1990. Even compared to 30- to 64-year-olds, the young cohort is now less likely to support abortion, the Gallup survey on Friday revealed. … Read More