With INFANTICIDE now a core “value” of Democrats, all decent, life-loving human beings must denounce the Democrat party


Image: With INFANTICIDE now a core “value” of Democrats, all decent, life-loving human beings must denounce the Democrat party

There’s no two ways about it anymore: the Democrat Party is evil beyond words. And with the Democrats’ recent voting down of a bill, the Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act, that would have protected the lives of newly-born children from being murdered alive by abortionists, it’s now undeniably evident that there’s no possible way for decent human beings who support human rights and life in general to, in any way, identify as Democrats.

As if their love for abortion wasn’t already bad enough, today’s Democrats see nothing wrong with delivering the child victims of failed abortions and allowing them to die on the delivery table, all in the name of “reproductive rights” and “choice.” This newfound adoption of infanticide, a.k.a. baby murder, as one of their core “values” proves once and for all that Democrats hate human life, and openly embrace the “progressive” policy of murdering babies after they’ve already left the womb.

We might as well start referring to the Democrat Party as the Death Party – the party that will “cry” over the deaths of children whenever it suits their agenda of trying to scrap the Second Amendment, but that hoots, hollers, cheers, and claps when legislation is passed and signed that allows newborn babies to be chopped into bits and trashed as “medical waste” upon breathing their first breath of air.

There’s certainly no place for real Christians in the Democrat Party, which embraces pretty much every evil thing that the Bible condemns. Whether it’s brainwashing innocent children into believing that there are unlimited genders, or silencing free speech about the dangers of vaccines, the Democrat Party wants to destroy all that is good and wholesome, and replace it with every type of vice and wickedness.

Sponsored solution from the Health Ranger Store: The Big Berkey water filter removes almost 100% of all contaminants using only the power of gravity (no electricity needed, works completely off-grid). Widely consider the ultimate “survival” water filter, the Big Berkey is made of stainless steel and has been laboratory verified for high-efficiency removal of heavy metals by CWC Labs, with tests personally conducted by Mike Adams. Explore more here.

For more related news about the evil agenda of the Democrat Party and its army of “resistance” Leftists, be sure to check out LiberalMob.com and Libtards.news.

https://www.brighteon.com/embed/6003973369001

Things have taken a major turn for the worse since 2002, when a bipartisan Senate UNANIMOUSLY affirmed that born-alive children are human beings deserving of life

Believe it or not, it wasn’t that long ago that Democrats, or at least some of them, still had some level of conscience within their beings. Back in 2002, in fact, Democrats in the Senate unanimously, along with Republicans, voted to pass the Born Alive Infant Protection Act. This bill recognized all born children as “human persons,” affording them the same rights and protections as all other humans.

But somehow over the years, the Democrat Party decided that granting human life status to newborn babies infringed upon “women’s rights,” and here we are today.

“In just over a decade and a half, Democrats have gone from ‘safe, legal, and rare abortions’ to ‘kill ’em all and don’t stop when they’re born,’” writes Matt Walsh for The Daily Wire. “Many of us warned that the first slogan would lead eventually to the second. We take no pleasure in our vindication.”

As you may recall, it was the Republican Party that had to step up to the plate in the past to stamp out another evil known as slavery, which was openly embraced by the Democrat Party. And it’s now up to Republicans once again to intervene on behalf of society’s most vulnerable, unborn and newborn babies, to protect them from the Democrat Party death cult.

“It is probably not a coincidence that the Democrat Party, through its long and sordid history, has supported both of those peculiar institutions,” Walsh adds about the Democrats’ support for both slavery and baby murder.

“What a force for evil it has been. But what amazing consistency – to always fall on the wrong side of every human rights issue.”

What’s New in Women’s Health?


What's New in Women's Health?

What does nature have to offer that’s new for women? Quite a lot! 

MENOPAUSE

Flax: Improves Life More than Hormone Replacement Therapy

A very exciting 3 month study compared four groups: 5g of flaxseed + training about menopause, 5g of flaxseed without training about menopause, HRT or a control group that that received no therapy. Menopause symptoms improved by 9% in the flax group, 9.8% in the flax/training group, 10% in the HRT group and got worse by 7% in the control group, meaning that flax is similarly effective to HRT. Actually, though, it’s better. Because Quality of Life scores declined even more in the HRT group than in the group that did nothing, but improved in the flaxseed group (1). So flax improves life for menopausal women more than hormones do.

Hops: Help for Physical & Psychological Symptoms
The herb hops contains prenylcaringenin, a powerful phytoestrogen. So, this double-blind, placebo-controlled study tried giving either 500mg of hops or a placebo to 120 women with hot flashes for 90 days. On the Greene Menopausal Scale, the women on hops had significantly lower total symptom scores: there was a 90% decrease in the hops group versus only a 3.6% drop in the placebo group. The women had significantly better scores for anxiety and depression, physical symptoms, hot flashes and loss of interest in sex. Hot flashes dropped by 94.5% in the hops group but by only 0.8% in the placebo group. The hops was very safe: there were no adverse events (2).

Ginkgo, Menopause & Libido
And, speaking of loss of interest in sex, because many women experience some loss of libido with menopause, researchers conducted a triple-blind, placebo-controlled study to see if Ginkgo biloba could help. 63 menopausal women were given either 120-240mg of Ginkgo biloba extract or a placebo for 4 weeks. Sexual desire significantly improved in the ginkgo group compared to the placebo group: 64.5% of the ginkgo group reported moderate to great sexual desire compared to only 34.4% of the placebo group (3).

PAINFUL PERIODS

Ginger
122 women with moderate to severe dysmenorrhoea (painful periods) were given either 250mg ofginger every 6 hours until they experienced pain relief or 250mg of the drug mefenamic acid every 8 hours until they experienced pain relief. The study lasted for 2 menstrual cycles and found that the 2 treatments reduced pain significantly and equally. By the end of the study, about half of the women in each group had improved from moderate/severe pain to mild pain. Though fewer women in the drug group had severe pain at the end, it is important to remember that, while ginger is very safe, NSAID’s like mefenamic acid increase the risk of ulcers, bleeding, cardiovascular disease and other side effects (4).

An earlier study of 150 women with moderate to severe dysmenorrhoea compared 250mg of ginger 4 times a day to either mefenamic acid or ibuprofen. The treatments were given for 3 days, beginning on the first day of their period. The ginger worked as well as either of the drugs. The authors of the study concluded that ginger is as effective as the drugs (5).

Cinnamon
Two new studies show that cinnamon is a safe and effective way to help with painful periods.

The first double-blind study gave either a placebo or 420mg of cinnamon 3 times a day to 76 women. The women who got the cinnamon had significantly greater reductions in pain severity and significantly less nausea and vomiting. Importantly, they also had significantly less heavy menstrual bleeding. The cinnamon had all of these advantages over a placebo without having any side effects (6).

So how does this side effect free herb stack up against a side effect laden drug? A second double-blind study compared a placebo to either 400mg of Ibuprofen 3 times a day or 420mg of cinnamon 3 times a day. Both the drug and the herb were significantly better than the placebo for severity and duration of pain. Though the cinnamon was effective, it was not as effective as the Ibuprofen (7).

So why would you consider taking cinnamon instead of Ibuprofen if it is not quite as effective? Other than that it is much safer, there is an additional situation in which taking cinnamon may be ideal. As the first study shows, when painful periods present with excessive bleeding, cinnamon can be a very suitable herb. Long known as an astringent that helps with heavy bleeding, the study showed that cinnamon not only significantly decreases pain, but that it also significantly decreases bleeding. So, when painful periods are complicated by excessive bleeding, cinnamon may be an effective part of your treatment.

Herbal Combo: Saffron, Celery Seed & Anise
This double-bind study followed 180 women with dysmenorrhoea for 2-3 menstrual cycles. The women were given either a placebo, mefenamic acid or a herbal combination for 3 days starting from the onset of bleeding or pain. The herbal combination included extracts of saffron, celery seed and anise. The dose was 500mg 3 times a day. Mefenamic acid is a NSAID that is commonly used for dysmenorrhoea. It has a host of possible side effects, including ulcers and, incredibly, increased risk of heart attack and stroke. Both the mefenamic acid and the herbal combination significantly reduced pain and duration of the pain, but the reduction was significantly greater in the herb group than in the drug or placebo groups (8).

 

PMS

Chamomile
90 women were given either 100mg of chamomile extract or 250mg of mefenamic acid 3 times a day for 2 months in a double-blind study. There was no significant difference in the ability of the 2 treatments to reduce the physical symptoms of PMS, including breast pain, meaning that the herb was just as good as the drug for physical symptoms. But the herb was better than the drug because it was significantly better at relieving the emotional symptoms of PMS. This study indicates that chamomile is better than drugs for comprehensively treating PMS (9).

 

PREGNANCY

Lavender
Researchers conducted a double-blind, placebo-controlled study to see if lavender could be a safe way to help ease anxiety, stress and depression in pregnant women. The researchers asked 141 healthy pregnant women to rub either a placebo cream or a lavender cream onto their legs for 10-20 minutes an hour and a half before going to bed. The lavender cream contained 1.25% lavender essential oil. At the end of the 8 week study, there was significant improvement in anxiety, stress and depression in the lavender group compared to the placebo group. By the end of only the fourth week, there was already significant improvement in stress and anxiety (10).

Aromatherapy
This double-blind study let 100 pregnant women inhale either lemon aromatherapy (lemon peel extract oil) or a placebo 3 times when they felt nauseous. They could do the triple inhale as often as they wanted. Nausea decreased significantly more in the lemon aromatherapy group than in the placebo group (11).

Autoimmunity and Stillbirths is there a Connection?


Holy Hormones Journal:  Yes, this is is good news… however, that we have arrived at this point is not good news. If a mother is exposed to infectious bacteria and her body cannot contend with it – there is an immunity issue that needs to be addressed as prevention – not intervention.

Named a major women’s health issue by the Office of Research on Women’s Health at the National Institutes of Health (NIH), autoimmunity is the underlying cause of more than 100 serious, chronic illnesses. OF the 50 million Americans living and coping with autoimmune disease (AD), more than 75 percent of them are women. ~ Autoimmune Disease in Women

We now have a generation of girls whose immunity has been severely compromised by the HPV vaccine, Gardasil. Are we going to see more stillbirths and

Getty Images/DeAgostini

deaths? Fetal abnormalities?

There is no question that our immunity is at risk.  Women make up the majority of those with compromised immune systems – because they are unaware that their immunity is at its lowest point during theparamenstrum (premenstrual and menstrual phase of their cycle). By not knowing this they further compromise their immunity by their behaviors, lifestyle, scheduling surgeries, including dental work – exposure to toxins, diet – and not allowing their body to recoup and regenerate. Months and years of pretending that we can move forward at the same pace every single day of the month places enormous pressure on every system in the body.

Add synthetic hormones into the mix – and immunity is even more compromised.

Add a diet devoid of any nutritional value and immunity does not have a chance to protect us from the bacteria, viruses and toxins in our environment. This is not rocket science. This is wisdom.

We have to change this pattern. We have to rebuild our immunity if we want our babies to thrive – and if we want to enjoy motherhood.

If a woman’s body attacks the fetus… that is a red flag for for a severe imbalance – not just for the woman – but it is also a social indicator of the damage that has been done to the human microbiome.

Preventing stillbirths: Therapy may protect fetus from mother’s immune system

Morning-after pill ‘fails in obese’


MorningA French pharmaceutical company has warned a morning-after contraceptive pill may be ineffective in heavier women, following a Scottish study.

Norlevo, made by HRA Pharma, was less effective in women over 11st 3lb (75kg) and ineffective in women over 12st 8lb (80kg), the study suggested.

The US is reviewing guidance as the active ingredient in Norlevo is used in other brands of morning-after pill.

It is thought the drug is absorbed by fat, lowering the dose in the blood.

The study by the University of Edinburgh in 2011 investigated Norlevo’s active ingredient, levonorgestrel.

It indicated obese women taking the emergency contraceptive were four times more likely to become pregnant than women taking the drug who were a normal weight.

The report’s authors recommended other emergency contraceptives were used in overweight and obese women, such as devices that could be implanted into the womb.

Frederique Welgryn, HRA Pharma’s head of women’s health, said the results were “surprising” and had led to “a lot of discussions” about the effectiveness of levonorgestrel.

The labelling on Norlevo is expected to be changed in 2014.

The development has raised concerns about other morning-after pills.

The US regulator, the Food and Drug Administration, said it was “currently reviewing the available and related scientific information on this issue”.-after pill ‘fails in obese’.

Model predicted final menses.


Researchers at UCLA have developed a model to estimate the timing of a woman’s final menstrual period. According to researchers, the model has the potential to help physicians and patients determine when the menopausal transition is complete and estimate bone loss.

“We need a better way to answer women’s questions about when to expect the final menstrual period,” researcher Gail A. Greendale, MD, from UCLA’s David Geffen School of Medicine, said in a press release. “If further research bears out our approach, it could be the first step to developing Web-based calculators and other tools women can use to estimate where they are in the menopause transition and how far away their final period is.”

Greendale and colleagues included 554 women from the Study of Women’s Health Across the Nation (SWAN). They designed the probability of meeting specific landmarks: 2 years before, 1 year before and the final menstrual period (FMP).

“For example, some researchers have proposed that an intervention begun 1 or 2 years before the final menstrual period would greatly decrease future fracture risk by preventing the very rapid bone loss that occurs in the few years before and few years after the final menses,” Greendale said. “But before ideas such as this can be tested, we need to accurately predict where a woman is in her timeline to menopause.”

Therefore, the researchers assessed the probability of being in restricted intervals: 1 to 2 years before FMP, 2 years before FMP and FMP, or 1 year before FMP and FMP. Additionally, the markers that best predicted having crossed each landmark were determined, with the ideal markers defined as the greatest area under the receiver-operator curve (AUC).

Researchers wrote that the final models included the current estradiol and follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH), age, the stage of menopause transition, race/ethnicity and whether serum was collected during the early follicular phase.

Data indicate the AUC of final models predicted the probability of a woman having crossed 2 years before (0.902), 1 year before (0.926) and the FMP (0.945), researchers wrote. If they identified women as having crossed the 2 years before the FMP landmark when predicted probability extended beyond 0.3, the sensitivity was 85% and specificity 77%, they added.

Despite limitations, Greendale and colleagues conclude that the clinical practice implementation of their model is conceivable. However, further studies are warranted to determine validation of these findings.

Source: http://www.healio.com

Ondansetron Safe During Pregnancy.


A large Danish study in the New England Journal of Medicine shows no significant association between the antiemetic ondansetron and adverse pregnancy outcomes.

In this retrospective cohort study, ondansetron had been prescribed for nausea and vomiting in almost 2000 of some 600,000 pregnancies. Ondansetron users were no more likely than nonusers to experience spontaneous abortion or stillbirth, or to have preterm delivery, a small-for-getational-age infant, or an infant with a major birth defect.

Source: Journal Watch Women’s Health