New Study Finds Higher Substance Use Rates Among Pregnant Women After Abortion

7/11/2005 Findings Show Women With “Unwanted” Pregnancies Aren’t More Likely to Use Drugs or Alcohol Springfield, IL (July 11, 2005)– A new study published in the British Journal of Health Psychology has found that women with a history of induced … Continue reading

Abortion or Birth of Unintended Pregnancy Affects Subsequent Substance Abuse: New Study

6/21/2004 Springfield, IL (June 21, 2004) — A new study published in this month’s American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse strengthens the case for a causal connection between abortion and substance abuse. The study found that among women who … Continue reading

Substance Abuse During Subsequent Pregnancies Higher After an Abortion

12/15/2002 New Study Shows Substance Abuse Among Pregnant Women Linked to Prior Abortion, Puts Later Children At Risk Springfield, IL (December 15, 2002)– Women with a prior history of abortion are twice as likely to use alcohol, five times more … Continue reading

Substance Abuse Linked to Abortion

7/26/2000 Women’s Mental Health Declines After Abortion While Childbirth Helps Springfield, IL (July 26 2000 )– Women who undergo abortions are at greater risk for mental health problems in subsequent years, according to a new study presented at the annual … Continue reading

Abortion Linked to Subsequent Substance Abuse

3/13/2000 Springfield, IL (March 13, 2000)–Women who have an abortion are five times more likely to report subsequent substance abuse compared to women who carry to term, according to a study published in the latest issue of the prestigious American … Continue reading