Court Sides With Catholic Clinic, Overturns Law Banning Abortion Reversal Hormone

A federal court in Colorado has sided with a Catholic health care clinic in its challenge to a recent state law that forbids doctors and nurses from administering a natural hormone to reverse the effects of the first step of a medically induced abortion, which the state had implemented in part because of safety concerns.

FDA Faces Skeptical Questioning From Federal Judges Over Abortion Pill

In a two-hour hearing on May 17 looking at the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s decades-old approval of an abortion pill, federal judges seemed to have a harsher line of questioning for attorneys for the federal government and the drug maker, indicating they might be sympathetic to those challenging the drug’s availability.

NY Parents Scramble To Get Hands On Baby Formula

“This is my fourth store!” an exasperated Lisa Shelton said as she stood in the aisle of a Rite Aid on 18th Avenue in Bensonhurst on Sunday, staring at a nearly-empty shelf that normally would be stocked with baby formula. Shelton, who gave birth to a baby boy last month, said she was down to her last two bottles of Similac and was feeling desperate.

FDA Decision Allows Abortion Drugs to be Prescribed Online and Sent in Mail

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) decision to lift restrictions on the abortion pill mifepristone — paving the way for women to obtain the pill by mail and self-perform abortions as early as 10 weeks of gestation without an in-person clinic visit — has drawn new criticism from pro-life advocates.