Why “Accidental Death” is the Default Setting for Coroners When Abortion is Involved

3/17/16 By Cheryl Sullenger   Karnamaya Mongar, a tiny Bhutanese refugee who barely spoke a word of English, died at the hands of Kermit Gosnell and his incompetent staff on November 19, 2009. Mongar had newly immigrated to the U.S. … Continue reading

Abortion Not Bad for Women’s Mental Health? The Research Finds Otherwise

  3/3/2017 As the debate over whether to allow abortion in Ireland continues, an Irish professor has stated that the claim that abortion is bad for women’s mental health is a “fringe view” that is not supported in science or … Continue reading

No Medical Evidence Finds Abortion Can Save a Mother’s Life

11/4/16 David C. Reardon In the most recent presidential debate, Hillary Clinton claimed late-term abortions are sometimes necessary to save women’s lives. That’s great rhetoric, but it is not supported by even a single medical study. Before examining the “abortion … Continue reading

Study Finds Increased Risk of Mental Health Disorders After Abortion

9/16/16 A recent study of women in the United States has found that women who had abortions were more likely to be at increased risk of mental health disorders. The study, published by Dr. D Paul Sullins of Catholic University … Continue reading

Abortion and Mental Health Deniers’ Attack and Distract Strategy

Ad Hominem Attacks, Guilt by Association, Shifting Standards, Avoiding Simple Truths A Commentary by David C. Reardon, Ph.D. The abortion and mental health controversy shifted into high gear following the recent publication in The British Journal of Psychiatry of a meta-analysis review … Continue reading