Tag Archives: Children

Gadolinium Toxicity Risks Higher In Children, Pregnant Women, And In People Receiving Multiple Doses

Gadolinium Deposition Disease And Neurological Adverse Reactions Associated With The Use Of Gadolinium-Based Contrast Agents   (Posted by Tom Lamb at DrugInjuryWatch.com)   In May 2018 Health Canada announced the results of its second safety review of Magnevist, MultiHance, Omniscan, … Continue reading

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Single Men Increasingly Having Biological Children via Surrogacy

From Chicago Tribune: Bill Guest was about 30 when his biological clock kicked in. His friends were having kids left and right, and suddenly being a doting uncle wasn’t enough. Guest wasn’t particularly interested in getting married, but he did… … Continue reading

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Children Need Relationships with Both Divorced Parents

Determining the allocation of parental responsibilities can feel like a competition between parents to see who can receive more parental powers after a divorce. Parents will present their own strengths and the other parent’s weaknesses, with the prize being a … Continue reading

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Parental Rights, Best Interests and Significant Harms: A Comparative Perspective on Medical Decision-Making on Behalf of Children

CALL FOR CONTRIBUTIONS – Parental Rights, Best Interests and Significant Harms: A Comparative Perspective on Medical Decision-Making on Behalf of Children This collection has been inspired by the decision of the Court of Appeal in Great Ormond Street Hospital v Yates … Continue reading

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Fathers have a right to spend time with their children

Spending time with your children is something that most parents take for granted. Fathers have a much different take on this matter if they aren't in a relationship with the children's mother any longer. While more states are moving toward … Continue reading

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