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News Brief: Mississippi Suit Opposes Ban on Same-Sex Adoption

News Brief: Mississippi Suit Opposes Ban on Same-Sex Adoption

AUGUST 13, 2015 – Many hoped the U.S. Supreme Court Obergefell v. Hodges ruling to recognize marriage as a constitutional right for same-sex couples would pave the way for changes ...

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Could Paid Surrogacy Become Legal in New York?

Could Paid Surrogacy Become Legal in New York?

New York currently bans the practice of paid surrogacy -- but could this change? ...

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Britain Approves Three-Parent IVF Procedure

Britain Approves Three-Parent IVF Procedure

On Tuesday, British legislators approved a controversial, three-parent IVF procedure. ...

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Vietnam to Open Special Adoption Program

Vietnam to Open Special Adoption Program

Vietnam plans to open a special adoption program with the U.S., effective on Sept. 16th for children with special needs, kids over five, and sibling groups ...

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Florida Birth Moms Choose Canada Adoption to Avoid Racism

Florida Birth Moms Choose Canada Adoption to Avoid Racism

Florida birth mothers are placing their African-American or bi-racial infants with Canadian adoptive families to shield them from racism ...

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France Ordered to Recognize Children of Surrogates

France Ordered to Recognize Children of Surrogates

The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) has ruled that France must recognize children born to surrogate mothers abroad. ...

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Link Between Infertility and High Cholesterol?

Link Between Infertility and High Cholesterol?

Researchers have found a link between infertility and high cholesterol; in a study, pregnancy was delayed the longest when both partners had high cholesterol. ...

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Researchers Were Able to Create Stem-Cell Based Sperm from Infertile Men’s Skin

Researchers Were Able to Create Stem-Cell Based Sperm from Infertile Men’s Skin

Researchers have been able to create "stem cell-based sperm" from skin samples from infertile men, suggesting that male infertility may one day be reversible. ...

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May is National Foster Care Month

May is National Foster Care Month

During National Foster Care Month in May, we work to improve the lives of the 513,000 children in U.S. foster care, and to show appreciation for foster families. ...

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2.4 Percent of U.S. Children Were Adopted

2.4 Percent of U.S. Children Were Adopted

Two percent of U.S. children joined their families through adoption, according to the 2010 census. Half of international adoptees were adopted from Asia. ...

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