British Abortion Law Architect Speaks, Helath Minister Comments on Limits

London, England ( -- Speaking at a pro-abortion conference organized by Marie Stopes International, one of the leading abortion businesses in England, the architect of the nation's legal abortion law admitted there are too many abortions there. However, Lord Steel said he wants to see the laws loosened further so more can be done.

"Abortion should not be regarded as long-stop [back-up] contraception, and, as a society, we need to address these issues, as well as the questions of sexual ethics and sex education," he said.

The number of abortions in England is on the rise and approaching 200,000.

Last year, government figures showed 193,700 abortions in England and Wales in 2006 compared to 186,400 in 2005. The number of repeat abortions and those done on teenagers are on the rise.

According to a London Guardian report, Steel said there were "too many abortions" and a lack study as to why they are going up.

At the same time, he added that there was "no such thing" as a correct number of abortions.

Steel told the conference he wants abortions to be done "as early as possible" in pregnancy to avoid potential complications and said he favored ending the requirement that two physicians sign off on an abortion.

Steel's speech coincides with the 40th anniversary of the abortion law he sponsored in the British parliament in 1967.

Meanwhile, Dawn Primarolo, the junior health minister, told the science and technology committee of parliament that there is no reason to justify reducing the abortion limits from 24 weeks into pregnancy.

Current British law sets that limit for all abortions and others done for health reasons or because the baby is disabled can go further.

Lawmakers are considering lowering those limits because the age of viability has been pushed forward and because newer ultrasound technology has shown the humanity of the unborn.

Primarolo said 89 percent of all abortions were already done in the first 13 weeks of pregnancy and that such late-term abortions were rare.

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Keep Toxic Away From Tour Child


Many seemingly harmless household products, such as table salt and aftershave, are toxic if ingested in a large-enough dose.

Keep these products away from children.

Vitamins: Ingesting just 15 of chewable children´s vitamins can sicken a 25 lb child.

Nicotine: Eating one cigarette, three cigarette butts, a small handfull of chewing tobacco, or half a piece of nicotine chewing gum is enough to harm a child.
Leading to vomiting, high blood pressure, increased heart rate, breathing difficulty, abnormal heartbeats and seizures.

Salt: One to two teaspoons ingested by a 25 lb. child can cause irritability, lethargy, and possible seizures. More than 1 1/2 tablespoons can be fatal.

Nutmeg: One to three whole nutmegs, or 5 to 30 grams (about 3/4 tablespoon) of ground nutmeg, can produce redness of the face, increased heart rate, dry mouth, confusion, hallucinations, drowsiness, upset stmach, and vomiting. Symptoms occur three to eight hours after ingestion.

Mouthwash/Aftershave/Perfumes: Three mouthfuls of cologne containing 90% alcohol can cause vomiting drowsiness, or even coma in a 25 lb. child.


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Birth Control Question Q&A


Can you get pregent if you take birth control everyday, you have your period b/c of the pills but be pregent and not know? And if you are pregent and keep taking the pills will that affect your baby?

If you take birth control pills properly (every day), the chances of getting pregnant are less than 1%. If you had your last period on time and are expecting the next period ,you can’t be sure if you are pregnant until you miss the expected period and a pregnancy test shows a positive result. Birth control pills can damage an embryo but in the first 4 weeks of pregnancy (stadium of egg), when they can be used unintentionally.

There is a principle known as : “everything or nothing”. That principle means that a bad agent can either kill the fertilized egg cell or won’t cause any damage at all.

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Breaking News:Baby girl left in locked Dallas day care

From WFAA-TV Staff Reports

7000 Greenspan Avenue

A 14-month-old girl was left locked in a closed Red Bird-area day care center Tuesday, police said. The girl appeared unhurt, though the mother took her to a local hospital as a precaution, police said.

The mother called police when she arrived about 7 p.m. at the center in the 7000 block of Greenspan Avenue to pick her up, police said. Authorities entered the L&S Early Childhood Learning Academy to get the girl.

In August 2003, an 8-month-old boy died from heat exposure after he was left in a vehicle at a day care center with a different name at the same location. The center says it is now under new management.

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