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or embryo prior to viability. Occur spontaneously, in which case it is usually called a miscarriage, or it can be purposely induced. The term abortion is commonly refers to the induced of a human pregnancy. (http:realchoice.org.au/resources/mental-health-risks-of-abortion/) Globally, abortion was induced in the develop world in accordance with local law, is among the safest procedures in medicine. However, unsafe abortion results in approximately 70,000 maternal deaths and 5 million hospital...

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The Potential of Social Media Platforms in the Internet in Facilitating Social Change: an Observation of the “Pro-Rh” Facebook Group.

of the Republic Act No. 10354, or the Responsible Parenthood and Reproductive Health Law in the Philippines. According to the official version from the Philippine Commission of Women (2012), this bill officially declares that the state is mandated to “protect and promote the right to health of women especially mothers in particular” as well as the promotion of “gender equality, gender equity, women empowerment and dignity as a health and human rights concern and as a social responsibility”. Also,...

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Hindustan Latex Ltd Organisation Structural Study

Hindustan Latex Limited Company Profile Hindustan Latex Ltd Innovating for Healthy Generations Hindustan Latex Ltd (HLL) commenced its journey to serve the Nation in the area of Health Care, on March 1, 1966, with its incorporation as a corporate entity under the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare of the Government of India. HLL was set up in the natural rubber rich state of Kerala, for the production of male contraceptive sheaths for the National Family Planning Programme. The company commenced...

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Life skill and reproductive health education at School

Life skill and reproductive health education at School M S Siddiqui Part Time Teacher, Leading University Pursuing PhD in Open University, Malaysia e-mail: shah@banglachemical.com WHO (World Health Organization) suggested Adolescent reproductive health (ARH) and life skills education (LSE) for the...

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Abortion - Ethical or Unethical

really put the mother life in danger as well. While researching this topic I have discovered that most abortions really don’t go good and sometimes can result to death for the mother. Abortions can cause complications in future pregnancy such as reproductive disease, spontaneous miscarriages and so on. I know people tend to make the wrong mistakes everyday, but I just feel like an abortion should be unacceptable. I feel that it really violated my morals. I really can’t speak for everyone else,...

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Teen Pregnancy

girls are victims of an environment created due to our continued neglect of issues about sexual health such as ensuring the availability of proper sexual reproductive health education and services. Wendy: Totally agreed with you. We cannot blame them for what had happen. Moreover, there is no government healthcare facility offers abortion services for unwanted pregnancies or even condoms and sexual health information for singles and unmarried couples. Sex education to our children comes in a confused...

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The Reproductive Health Law

David jhon mad'z AB POLSCI II-A Reproductive Health Law today is popularly known as the RH LAW, a Philippine law that aims to guarantee methods and information for universal access on birth control and maternal care. It allows the usage of different contraception methods to prevent the multiplying population here in the country. That is why; the priests are not in favors of this because for them it is against the law of God. However, in my points of view, I thought at first that this argument...

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rh bill

both parents and children. We also know better to accept that even if it is opposed for many reasons, proper education or reproductive health and sexuality will do more good than harm”, according to PLCPD. This is one of their stands regarding the controversial Reproductive Health Bill. Albay Representative Edcel Lagman and other representatives sponsor the Reproductive Health Bill, popularly known as RH Bill. With 113 votes on affirmative, 104 negative and 3 abstentions, the RH Bill passed the second...

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Rh Bill Article

By Philip C. Tubeza Philippine Daily Inquirer MANILA, Philippines–A Catholic Church official on Friday defended its continued opposition to the reproductive health law, adding that the Church only wanted the public to be aware of its potential “dangers.” Fr. Melvin Castro, executive secretary of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines-Episcopal Commission on Family and Life, said the Church would continue to oppose the law until it is repealed. “Let it not be said we did not warn...

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Health Care System

Today's health care system is in a constant state of fluctuation and commotion. It is sometimes difficult for the health care consumer to identify a valuable resource when they need one. The purpose of this paper is to explore one of the many health care resources that are available in the greater Philadelphia area and then visit this site to learn more about it. Philadelphia, in itself is an outstanding resource to the people of the area. In terms of healthcare resource implications this is true...

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