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    Tria Potts, who was 15 at the time, recovers from her stroke. "I"m forever, ever, ever grateful for OHSU," Potts said of Oregon Health and Science University. Tria Potts Tria Potts had a stroke after going on birth control at age 15. Doctors thought it was drugs. She was in rehab for five months, but still became the...
    A TEEN, 19, is now a mom to TWO sets of twins born just 21 months apart – despite being on birth control. Maggie Rojas is now a mom to four kids, with her high school sweetheart Kenrrik. 12At 19, Maggie Rojas is now a mom to two sets of twinsCredit: SWNS:South West News Service 12Maggie got pregnant with her...
    This teenager is literally seeing double after she had TWO sets of twins - in 21 months. Maggie Rojas, from Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas, now 19, was 17 when she fell pregnant despite being on the contraceptive pill. She welcomed Lola and Kenny Jr in March 2019, with high school sweetheart Kenrrik. And the pair were just getting used to life...
    This article was medically reviewed by G. Thomas Ruiz, MD, OB/GYN Lead at MemorialCare Orange Coast Medical Center in Fountain Valley, CA. Medically Reviewed Reviewed By Check Mark Icon A check mark. It indicates that the relevant content has been reviewed and verified by an expert Our stories are reviewed by medical professionals to ensure you get the most accurate and useful information about...
    TEEN Mom Kailyn Lowry revealed she's "not on birth control." The mom-of-four, however, insisted she's single and "not having any sex." 6Teen Mom Kailyn Lowry revealed she's 'not on birth control'Credit: Instagram 6The mom-of-four, however, insisted she's single and 'not having any sex'Credit: Instagram Kailyn said on her Coffee Convos Podcast with Lindsie Chrisley she told her gynecologist she's not currently on birth...
    JILL Duggar admitted she is not on "the best terms" with Duggar family after having "disagreements." She also mentioned that she's taking the time to "heal." 7Jill Duggar revealed she and Derick Dillard aren't very close to the familyCredit: Instagram/Jill Duggar Jill, 29, confirmed what many Counting On fans had noticed: that she doesn't speak with her family anymore...
    Jill Duggar had admitted that she's 'not on the best terms' with her whole family these days, after previously revealing that they're 'not always' supportive of her decisions. The 29-year-old former reality TV star has been sharing some surprisingly candid details of her life in a series of YouTube Q&As with her husband Derick Dillard, 31 — and in a...
    JILL Duggar has revealed she hired an attorney to recover money she felt she was owed from her time on TLC show Counting On. Jim Bob and Michelle's daughter made the surprising revelation on her YouTube channel with husband Derick Dillard, admtting that she hadn't "been paid for anything" during her time on the series. 8Jill and Derick hired an...
    (CNN)Zumrat Dawut says she was forcibly sterilized by the Chinese government for having one too many children.A former resident of Urumqi, the capital of China's western Xinjiang region, the 38-year-old Uyghur woman says she was fined 18,400 yuan ($2,600) in 2018 for having three children, one more than she was allowed to under Chinese rule.When she went to pay the...
    Kevin Loria/Business Insider Caffeine, a stimulant in coffee and tea, can be dangerous or fatal in large amounts. Caffeine supplements can be especially risky since pills or powders are highly concentrated.  In a recent case study, a 26-year-old woman went to intensive care for a week after overdosing on 2 teaspoons of powdered caffeine, equal to 56 cups...
    Following a Wednesday Supreme Court ruling in favor of the Trump administration and Catholic charity Little Sisters of the Poor, the group's communications director said Thursday that her organization always knew they were protected by God. In an interview on "Fox & Friends," Sister Constance Veit explained that the case against New Jersey and Pennsylvania -- both of which had sued over the validity of a revision to the Affordable Care Act (ACA)...
    The Supreme Court on Wednesday ruled that it is legal for employers who cite religious or moral grounds to decline women access to birth control coverage, per The New York Times. According to Government estimates, the ruling by SCOTUS could leave as many as 126,000 women without contraceptive coverage. The regulation, which was proposed by the Trump administration, was upheld...
    WASHINGTON (AP) — More employers who cite religious or moral grounds can decline to offer cost-free birth control coverage to their workers, the Supreme Court ruled Wednesday, upholding Trump administration rules that could leave more than 70,000 women without free contraception. The high court ruled 7-2 for the administration, which had made a policy change to allow some employers to...
    By JESSICA GRESKO WASHINGTON (AP) — More employers who cite religious or moral grounds can decline to offer cost-free birth control coverage to their workers, the Supreme Court ruled Wednesday, upholding Trump administration rules that could leave more than 70,000 women without free contraception. The high court ruled 7-2 for the administration, which had made a policy change to allow...
    The U.S. Supreme Court Wednesday ruled in favor of President Donald Trumps effort to give employers more leeway in refusing to provide free birth control for their workers under Obamacare. The high court on Wednesday said 7-2 the administration acted properly when it allowed more employers who cite a religious or moral objection to opt out of the Affordable Care...
    You're unlikely to get pregnant on your period, but there's still a small chance of it happening. Peter Dazeley/Getty Images Most people experience irregular cycles that make it difficult to track when you are going to ovulate next to prevent pregnancy. If you experience an extremely short cycle one month, then the time you ovulate could overlap with...
    Politicians around the world have called for a United Nations probe into a Chinese government birth control campaign targeting largely Muslim minorities in the far western region of Xinjiang, even as Beijing said it treats all ethnicities equally under the law. They were referring to an Associated Press investigation published this week that found the Chinese government is taking draconian...
    By The Associated Press Politicians around the world have called for a United Nations probe into a Chinese government birth control campaign targeting largely Muslim minorities in the far western region of Xinjiang, even as Beijing said it treats all ethnicities equally under the law. They were referring to an Associated Press investigation published this week that found the Chinese...
    Politicians around the world have called for a United Nations probe into a Chinese government birth control campaign targeting largely Muslim minorities in the far western region of Xinjiang, even as Beijing said it treats all ethnicities equally under the law. They were referring to an Associated Press investigation published this week that found the Chinese government is taking draconian...
    The Chinese government is taking draconian measures to slash birth rates among Uighurs and other minorities as part of a sweeping campaign to curb its Muslim population, even as it encourages some of the country’s Han majority to have more children. While individual women have spoken out before about forced birth control, the practice is far more widespread and systematic...
    China is forcing ethnic minority women in its Xinjiang province to take birth control, get IUDs, and abort the unborn on a scale that has sent birthrates plummeting by over 80% in three years in some regions. Xinjiang is home to much of China’s ethnic-minority, Muslim populations such as the Uighurs and Kazakhs. According to a new report from The...
    The Chinese government is taking draconian measures to slash birth rates among Uighurs and other minorities as part of a sweeping campaign to curb its Muslim population, even as it encourages some of the country's Han majority to have more children. While individual women have spoken out before about forced birth control, the practice is far more widespread and systematic...
    An Uighur woman and children sit on a motor-tricycle in western China’s Xinjiang region – Andy Wong/AP The Chinese government is allegedly taking forceful measures to slash birth rates among Uighurs and other minorities as part of a sweeping campaign to curb its Muslim population, according to an alarming new report on aggressive birth control policies in China’s Xinjiang...
    The Chinese government is taking draconian measures to reduce the birth rate among Uighurs and other minorities in a major campaign to reduce its Muslim population, while encouraging some members of the majority have China to have more children. Although several women have previously reported forced birth control, the practice is far more widespread and more systematic than previously believed,...
    The Chinese government is taking draconian measures to slash birth rates among Uighurs and other minorities as part of a sweeping campaign to curb its Muslim population, even as it encourages some of the country’s Han majority to have more children. While individual women have spoken out before about forced birth control, the practice is far more widespread and systematic...
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