(LifeNews) That the nervous system develops sooner than thought could have implications for whether babies feel pain in the early weeks. Although there's no logical reason why a human lack of capacity to feel pain justifies ending the life of an unborn baby, it's a common argument for why abortion is acceptable in the early [...] (Date:04/22/2017 02:07) Read full article >>

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