effects of abortion on mental health
Abortion -They Said it is Harmful To women’s mental health, study shows
In the U.S., where abortion is a legal medical procedure, nine states currently require that women seeking an abortion receive counseling about the negative emotional effects she might experience. That’s despite the fact that research consistently …
Abortion Is Found to Have Little Effect on Women’s Mental Health …New York Times
Abortion not harmful to women’s mental health, study showsCBS News
Being denied an abortion could be more traumatic than getting oneThe Verge
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effects of abortion on mental health Abortion Law on Hospital Admitting Privileges
By Christina Cauterucci
The Oklahoma Supreme Court struck down one of the state’s abortion restrictions on Tuesday, landing yet another blow against laws that require abortion providers to obtain admitting privileges at nearby hospitals.
Christina Cauterucci is a Slate staff writer.
In his opinion, Justice Joseph Watt wrote that the Oklahoma state legislature passed the law under the pretext of protecting women’s health, a claim he called a “guise.” He wrote that the law, which required every abortion performed in the state to be accompanied by a doctor with admitting privileges at a hospital within 30 miles, constituted an “undue burden” on abortion access. read more
Trump’s Labor Secretary Pick Has a Long, Slimy History With Anti-Abortion Schemes
Donald Trump’s pick for Secretary of Labor, fast-food CEO Andrew Puzder, is a committed campaigner against minimum wage increases. His restaurants have advertised their food with slow-motion videos of jiggling female flesh for nearly a decade. If you had to guess, based on those two indicators of his regard for human dignity, whether he trusts women to make their own health care decisions, what would you say? readmore
Written by David McNamee
Published: Tuesday 14 July 2015
Abortion: 95% of women do not regret procedure
Postabortion trauma syndrome” is described by anti-abortion campaigners as a common mental health problem experienced by women who choose to terminate their pregnancies. However, the results of a new study published in PLOS ONE suggest there is no evidence for this syndrome. In the study, 95% of women who had abortions said that it had been the right decision for them.
The results of the new study are part of the large, ongoing Turnaway study, conducted by a research group and think tank at the University of California, San Francisco, known as Advancing New Standards in Reproductive Health go to article…..