Eli Saslow, The Washington Post Published 5:11 pm PDT, Saturday, June 22, 2019 Stevie Crider comforts his wife, Lisa Crider, on June 4 in Cleveland, Tennessee. Stevie Crider comforts his wife, Lisa Crider, on June 4 in Cleveland, Tennessee. Photo: Washington Post Photo By Michael S. Williamson Photo: Washington Post Photo By Michael S. Williamson Image 1 of / 10 Caption Close Image 1 of 10 Stevie Crider comforts his wife, Lisa Crider, on June 4 in Cleveland, Tennessee. Stevie Crider comforts his wife, Lisa Crider, on June 4 in Cleveland, Tennessee. Photo: Washington Post Photo By Michael S. Williamson This clinic had two days to fix a lifetime of needs 1 / 10 Back to Gallery … [Read more...] about This clinic had two days to fix a lifetime of needs
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AUSTIN — The pre-abortion drugs were kicking in, and the seven women in a light pink waiting room were coaching each other through dizziness and chills. “It’s OK, You’ve got this,” one woman said. “I’m drowsy,” said another, curled up in a comfy chair. About half of them had a blanket and a spot to curl up in at this point before the procedure. Elsa Vizcarra’s job that day was to try to interview to all of them. Vizcarra, a University of Texas researcher, spent the better part of a year sitting with nearly 600 abortion patients at a dozen clinics around Texas to understand what led the women to these waiting rooms and what barriers they faced to get there. This story is based on her account of some of those conversations and clinic visits — Vizcarra and UT withheld details on locations of the clinics, and on the women interviewed, to protect their privacy. Mostly, she was struck by their resilience — to drive more than … [Read more...] about This researcher interviewed 600 women at Texas abortion clinics. Here’s what she saw.
GIVING all pregnant women an ultrasound scan at eight months would prevent 15,000 breech births annually, a study reveals. It would also save eight newborn lives each year, experts estimate. A breech birth is when a baby’s bum or feet emerge first rather than the head, raising risk of complications. Research on 3,900 expectant mums by Cambridge and East Anglia universities reveals midwives and doctors failed to spot the problem half of the time. If picked up, medics could try to turn the baby head first, or organise a caesarean section. Dr Ed Wilson, of UEA, said: “Routine scanning could prevent around 15,000 undiagnosed breech presentations, more than 4,000 emergency caesarean sections and between seven and eight baby deaths per year.” Sex Secrets Prostitute who earns £2,000 a week reveals the average penis size ... and how much she enjoys work NOT JUST SPOTS! Six common types of bumps on your skin - and the ones that could be deadly Sleep Lies Busted Counting … [Read more...] about Giving all mums-to-be a late ultrasound scan ‘would prevent 15,000 breech births a year’
By Marc A. Thiessen | PUBLISHED: April 3, 2019 at 12:10 pm | UPDATED: April 3, 2019 at 12:11 pm WASHINGTON — They gave the movie an R rating — which meant the trailer could only run before R-rated movies and no one younger than 17 under could see it without a parent’s permission. A half-dozen major music labels refused producers’ requests to license music for the film. Many major television networks except Fox News and the Christian Broadcasting Network refused to run ads promoting it. Then, curiously, the movie’s Twitter account was suspended through no fault of its own during opening weekend. (Twitter restored the account after outraged filmgoers flooded them with complaints). Tens of thousands of users (myself included) mysteriously found themselves involuntarily removed from the account’s followers and/or unable to follow it in the first place. Get the feeling someone doesn’t want you to see “Unplanned”? The film tells the … [Read more...] about Thiessen: The movie abortion supporters don’t want you to see
By Jeff Collins | Southern California News Group PUBLISHED: March 19, 2019 at 5:02 am | UPDATED: March 19, 2019 at 7:38 am Travis Page, owner of Clover’s Lawn Service, rakes leaves at an Opendoor house on Joltaire Way in Winchester in December. Opendoor became the fourth iBuyer to start operating in Southern California. Although iBuyers have been active since 2014, the online home-buying model didn’t reach Southern California until 2017. (Photo by Frank Bellino, contributing photographer) Southern California is relatively new to the iBuyer trend, which prefers markets with large expanses of cookie cutter tract housing to make it easier to accurately price houses. While iBuying has been in full swing in places like Phoenix for several years, the first iBuyers started working in Southrn California in 2017. In the past six months, RedfinNow expanded from the Inland Empire into Orange and Los Angeles counties. Opendoor and Zillow Offers recently announced plans to expand … [Read more...] about What’s an iBuyer? These companies will buy your home quicker, but at what cost?