Topic: abortion rights

Dannon Fined $21M for False Health Claims: Morning Links

Dannon Fined $21M for False Health Claims: Morning Links

Elmo at the White House – The well-loved monster is promoting Michelle Obama’s school lunch bill, alongside White House Chef Sam Kass. (TIME)

FTC Fines Dannon for Health Claims – The makers of Activia and DanActive owe $21M in fines, after the Federal Trade Commission ruled that their health claims are unsubstantiated. (USA Today)

Maya Angelou Cooks – The poet can do more than just write. She just published a cookbook, and her top cooking advice is to ignore the rules and stop rushing around. (NPR) More »

10 More Blisstree Posts From Last Week You Really Shouldn’t Miss

10 More Blisstree Posts From Last Week You Really Shouldn't Miss

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6 Ill-Conceived Abortion Methods From Ancient Times: A Photo Gallery

6 Ill-Conceived Abortion Methods From Ancient Times: A Photo Gallery

Long before there were surgical instruments, Vera Drake, back alleys, wire hangers, Roe v. Wade, abortion clinic bombings, the March for Life, and the most divisive issue ever to hit the U.S. Congress, ancient (and archaic) doctors had their own (often barbaric) ideas about how to perform the ever-controversial abortion. Check out our gallery of 6 of the most primitive and absurd methods used during ancient times to terminate an unwanted pregnancy: More »