Cameroon: About the Country
Introduction :: Cameroon Background: The former French Cameroon and part of British Cameroon... 1995 Birth Statistics Released
The latest final data on birth patterns in the United States show significant improvements in several critical areas--a record high for prenatal care, a continued decline in cesarean deliveries, and another drop in the number of women who smoke during pregnancy. In contrast the 1995 report... Thailand: About the Country
Introduction :: Thailand Background: A unified Thai kingdom was established in the mid-14th... Greece: About the Country
Introduction :: Greece Background: Greece achieved independence from the Ottoman Empire in 1829....
Abortions for Some, Little American Flags for All
March 17, 2010, 6:00 am
"Black Children Are an Endangered Species"
So claim more than 60 billboards in Atlanta, GA.
Black women apparently have more abortions than women of other races. From 1997-2006, the CDC reports that approximately 36.4% of abortions were performed on Black women. However, the fertility rate... Innocenti Research Center's Report Card 7, continued
September 18, 2007, 12:11 pm
Continued from the previous post .
Money isn't everything when is comes to the well-being of children, so let's look at an angle that has less to do with income and more to do with intent ... the percentage of children living in homes where there are less than ten books. That's right ... it's... The New Nuclear Family
February 16, 2011, 6:46 am
I grew up in small town America with a mother, a father, and a brother…all under one roof. Like most families I knew, two children in a family was common, as was three, although I did know a family with 18 children...all with names starting with the letter "D." Very few of my friends came from...