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Newborn babies should weigh NOT LESS than 5.5 pounds.

Births with LOW Birth Weight as Percent of All Births:
Alabama 10.6%
USA 8.2%

 

 

A Full-Term Pregnancy normally lasts 40 weeks.

Every week -- even every day -- that this full-term pregnancy is shortened, can have negative effects on the baby.

Here are just a few of the SERIOUS RISKS ASSOCIATED WITH PRE-TERM BIRTH:

admission to newborn ICU / hospital re-admission /

respiratory problems / sepsis / jaundice /

feeding & sucking problems / temperature regulation problems /

brain injuries, i.e. cerebral palsy / school problems / behavior problems, i.e. ADHD /

obesity & reduced insulin sensitivity

In Alabama, Non-Hispanic Blacks are 46% more likely to have preterm births than whites – they also abort at 3 TIMES the rate of whites (almost 60% of all abortions in AL are procured by Black women)...

Does anyone see a connection here?
Abortion can dramatically increase the risk of preterm birth in subsequent pregnancies... over 125 published studies worldwide show this abortion-preterm birth link...

 

In conclusion, 2 simple steps should DRAMATICALLY DECREASE PRETERM BIRTHS  --   & THUS DECREASE SERIOUS RISKS TO BABIES:

1) For elective births, let the baby begin the labor/birth process, normally at 40 weeks -- it's Worth the Weight to Wait!!

2) Avoid Abortion to avoid compromising the mother's (your) cervix ... this will protect against unplanned preterm labor and preterm birth in future pregnancies.

 

ELECTIVE DELIVERY SHOULD BE ELECTIVE FOR THE BABY!!

LET THE BABY START LABOR...

"39 Weeks ...& Counting"

 
October 2006: Planned Parenthood PDF Print E-mail
Planned Parenthood Taxpayer Funding...

PLANNED PARENTHOOD TAXPAYER FUNDING. In 2003, the federal Government Accounting Office produced a report on federal money going to Planned Parenthood: http://www.gao.gov/new.items/d03527r.pdf.

It shows a total of $162 million going to Planned Parenthood in 2001. Of that amount, it documents that:
$60.9 million was from Title XIX – through the Medicaid Waiver program
$58.7 million was from Title X, HHS Act.
$19.0 million was from Social Services Block Grants
$  6.0 million from Child and Maternal Health Services Block Grants
$17.4 million from other federal programs

Planned Parenthood reported, in its annual report (for July 1, 2001 to June 30, 2002), receiving $240 million in government money. Thus, the federal portion accounted for about 70 percent of the total; state and local funds made up the rest.

Title X money accounts for about 24 percent of PP's total government income. The biggest single source of PP government money is Medicaid Waiver programs which gave Planned Parenthood $60.9 million in 2001.

In its latest annual report (http://www.plannedparenthood.org/files/PPFA/report-05.pdf), Planned Parenthood says it received $272.7 million in total government money. Although it did not break down the details, from the previous data we estimate that about $190 million is from federal sources and the remaining $83 million is from state and local governments (grossed $882 Million). [Wednesday STOPP Report, 30Aug06]

In 2003, PP performed 244,000 abortions; in 2004, 255,000. 

PP performs 20%-21% of all U.S. abortions (25 years ago, PP did 5 ½%). PP operates 850 facilities nationwide: 172 do surgical abortions, 57 more do chemical abortions (RU486); 595 others distribute Plan B.

PP also buys a monthly supply of birth control pills for $1.50, then turns a hefty profit by selling it to clients at $16.00-$25.00.

[Cincinnati Rt to Life, 5/06]

 
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