Abortion and subsequent maternal death rates: Second of 2 new studies from Denmark

http://eurpub.oxfordjournals.org/content/early/2012/09/05/eurpub.cks107.abstract http://afterabortion.org/2012/multiple-abortions-increase-risk-of-maternal-death-new-study/ Coleman PK, Reardon DC, Calhoun BC. Reproductive history patterns and long-term mortality rates: a Danish, population-based record linkage study Eur J Public Health, first published online September 5, 2012 Dr. Coleman’s summary See more info at: http://www.wecareexperts.org/content/second-study-using-danish-population-data-led-wecare-director-published-european-journal-pub The general purpose of this more extensive study was to explore the effects of particular patterns [...]

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Abortion and subsequent maternal death rates: First new study from Denmark

Reardon DC, Coleman PK. Short and long term mortality rates associated with first pregnancy outcome: Population register based study for Denmark 1980-2004. Med Sci Monit 2012;18(9):PH 71 – 76. Dr. Coleman’s summary The objectives of the study were to examine mortality rates associated with first pregnancy outcome and to explore differences in mortality rates associated [...]

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2010 Canadian study reaffirms a wide range of mental health problems associated with induced abortion.

Canadian authors Mota, Burnett, and Sareen affiliated with the University of Manitoba published a study entitled “Associations Between Abortion, Mental Disorders, and Suicidal Behaviour in a Nationally Representative Sample” in the Canadian Journal of Psychiatry, Vol 55, No 4, Aprtil 2010. The study affirms results of many previous studies on abortion and mental health. The [...]

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Huge new study in British J. of Psychiatry shows adverse mental health effects of induced abortion.

This review by Dr. Priscilla K. Coleman of Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, Ohio, offers the largest quantitative estimate of mental health risks associated with abortion available in the world literature. Calling into question the conclusions from traditional reviews, the results revealed a moderate to highly increased risk of mental health problems after abortion. [...]

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Huge new study in British J. of Psychiatry shows adverse mental health effects of induced abortion.

This review by Dr. Priscilla K. Coleman of Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, Ohio, offers the largest quantitative estimate of mental health risks associated with abortion available in the world literature. Calling into question the conclusions from traditional reviews, the results revealed a moderate to highly increased risk of mental health problems after abortion. [...]

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Huge 2011 study: Abortion and mental health: quantitative synthesis and analysis of research published 1995-2009

This review by Dr. Priscilla K. Coleman (found in The British Journal of Psychiatry (2011)199, 180–186. doi: 10.1192/bjp.bp.110.077230) offers the largest quantitative estimate of mental health risks associated with abortion available in the world literature. Calling into question the conclusions from traditional reviews, the results revealed a moderate to highly increased risk of mental health [...]

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Psychology of abortion studies, 2002-2008, a bibliography

Psychology of Abortion Studies 2002-2008

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Induced abortion and adolescence studies, a bibliography

Adolescents were significantly more likely to be dissatisfied with their choice of abortion than adult women. Adolescents are more likely to feel pressured to abort, report being misinformed in the preabortion counseling, to report greater severity of psychological stress postabortion, and are more likely to have second-trimester abortions which carry greater postabortion psychological risks. Full [...]

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Complete bibliography on Abortion and Mental Health

Publications concerning Women and Abortion Allanson, S., & Astbury, J. (2001). Attachment style and broken attachments: Violence, pregnancy, and abortion. Australian Journal of Psychology, 53, 146-151. Amaro H., Zuckerman B, & Cabral H. (1989). Drug use among adolescent mothers: profile of risk. Pediatrics, 84, 144-151. Barnett, W., Freudenberg, N., & Wille, R. (1992). Partnership after induced abortion: [...]

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Induced abortion and adverse mental health effects

THE AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF PRO-LIFE OBSTETRICIANS AND GYNECOLOGISTS www.aaplog.org Induced Abortion and Adverse Mental Health Effects, (includes the most recent articles) Sept 2010 “There is consensus among most social and medical science scholars that a minimum of 10 to 30% of women who abort suffer from serious, prolonged negative psychological consequences (Adler et al., 1992; [...]

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