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A Chinese city has plans to fight the epidemic of abandoned babies caused in part by the one-child policy with an anonymous baby box. The idea behind the box is to protect newborns from infanticide by having parents of so-called unwanted children leave them with someone who will find them a family. The BBC has […]…
A newborn baby doctors declared dead in China was found to be alive two days after he was thought to be dead and sent to a funeral home to be cremated. The case resulted in authorities revoking the license of the doctor who mistakenly declared the newborn boy dead, according to an AP report. The […]…
A baby has been born in Hungary after a very rare circumstance in which his brain-dead mother was kept alive for three months so he could be born. As LifeNews has previously reported, in a case out of the United States from 2005, this kind of situation has occurred previously but is far from common.
In the Hungarian case, the baby boy’s mother, who is anonymous, was also an organ donor and gave her heart, pancreas, liver and two kidneys to patients who needed them.
Tens of millions of women who have had abortions over the last decades worldwide regret their abortions. Marie Ideson of England is one of them.
Every morning when she wakes up she misses the six-year-old little girl who she named Lillie and planned to give a wonderful life — than is until an amniocenteses discovered Lillie had Down Syndrome.
WARNING: This column contains graphic pictures of babies killed in abortions. Do not scroll down if you do not wish to see them.
In February 2010 Michigan pro-life activist Chris Veneklase decided to take a look in the trash dumpster used by the Woman’s Choice Clinic in Lansing.
November is Adoption Awareness Month. Adoption is the option that everyone can live with–the mother, the father, the extended families, and, literally, the child.
Over fifty-five million lives ended through abortion in our nation have left countless women, men, and their families wounded. Adoption, by contrast, brings a legacy of life and love into this world. Both create a ripple effect for generations to come, one for ill, one for good.
If I may I’d like to share a couple of thoughts which I believe extend beyond the great pleasure and delight our family experienced yesterday in welcoming our second grandchild.
My wife and (especially) I have never taken anything for granted—with our own four kids and with our two grandkids. While delivery in today’s hospitals is very, very safe for baby and mother, I am always a wreck the last 48 hours.
On June 18, 2012 a baby boy named Dominic Pio was born into the world who, had he be given different parents, may never have been born at all.
Mid-way through her pregnancy, Mary Gundrum would learn that her son had an encephalocele, an extremely rare birth defect that occurs when part of the skull doesn’t close properly, allowing the brain to grow through that opening in the skull. Told that her baby boy might not survive the pregnancy or his birth Mary, along with her husband Mark, didn’t contemplate abortion. The Catholic mom told The Boston Globe:
A teenage girl at the center of an infanticide case now faces homicide charges after reports showed the dead newborn child found in her Victoria’s Secret bag was born alive and then likely asphyxiated to death.
Tiona Rodriguez and Francis Estevez, both 17, were stopped for suspected shoplifting and a security guard found the baby’s body inside a bag. After questioning, Rodriguez told police officers that she had suffered a miscarriage the day before and did not know what to do.
The tiniest baby ever born at McMaster University Medical Centre in Canada is finally headed home — months after her birth. Rachel Blythin was just 330 grams when she was born — so small that her father’s wedding ring can be seen wrapped around her leg in the accompanying picture.
Now, the beautiful little baby is headed home to be with her family after months of care at the hospital that saw her birth at jut a little over 28 weeks.
Yolanda Long emphasized it was “a miracle” that they found a newborn baby only hours old in a backyard in Queens, New York.
Eyewitness News reporter Michelle Charlesworth said the window above the child “just happened” be open a crack and Yoland and Gary Long “just happened” to be awake around 7 in the morning because “a family member woke them with a telephone call randomly moments before.”
Lisa Perriera is an abortionist responsible for botching at least two chemical abortions in Ohio. Now she admits to sidestepping Ohio law to see that a late-term baby was aborted.
As a featured speaker at an abortion rally in Ohio, Perriera proclaims to a crowd that after listening to a baby’s beating heart and determining the baby could live outside the womb, she sent the parents out of state for a late-term abortion. In a sad twist of irony, she cradles her newborn son to her chest throughout her speech.
Chelsea Clinton lamented earlier this year that her grandmother did not have access to the Planned Parenthood abortion business. Now, blind to her own hypocrisy, the abortion advocate says she has named 2014, “the year of the baby.”
Before Simon’s arrival my husband, Scott, and I lost six children through miscarriage. With each loss the sting of pain was greater. After we lost our daughter Faith in September 2008, we rid our home of most of our baby items.
Losing a child is a pain so deep that is difficult for anyone to grasp. It can be like falling down a chasm that seems to have no bottom. The chasm is lined with thorn branches that scrape and pull at your skin when you remember what you have lost.