On the 17th of June Statistics New Zealand released the abortion statistics for the year 2015. This week we will be breaking down some messages that should be noted from the statistics, view our previous post here. One of the statistics gathered was the number of abortions carried out at each gestational age, shown in the table.
On Friday Statistics NZ released the abortion statistics for the year 2015. Over this coming week we will be putting up blog articles breaking down the key points that come out from looking at these statistics. 13,155 babies lost their lives to abortion in 2015. This is 18 more than in 2014. The abortion rate itself
Article by Shannon Roberts Millions of Chinese bachelors feel crippled by the pressure to find a wife in a country where there a few to be found. So much so, they are going to ever more extreme lengths to secure one. It is understandably important to a Chinese family with only one son that he
From Too Many People to Too Few Mara Hvistendahl writing the Wall Street Journal. Ms. Hvistendahl is the author of “Unnatural Selection: Choosing Boys Over Girls, and the Consequences of a World Full of Men. One Child By Mei Fong Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 250 pages, $27 Chinese culture is centered on the family. The parent-child
Rebecca reviews “The Interviewer” for World Down Syndrome Day March 21st was World Down Syndrome Day. This year the theme is “How Do You See Me? The theme challenges the way society looks at people with Down Syndrome and promotes the reality that people people with Down Syndrome, like all of us, are each individuals