Dawn Eden has a column in Headline Bistro about the work of Ashli McCall to educate others about hyperemesis gravidarum.
McGill University student Birgitte Witt has an editorial in the school newspaper about how she's disappointed in McGill prolife club Choose Life because....well, because they're not pro-choice. She apparently is also ignorant of what happened at the protest of Choose Life's event with Jojo Ruba.
If Choose Life want to continue to exist on campus and, as they put it, "introduce [their] perspective into public discussion, in the interest of promoting respect for all human life," they should begin to respect the agency and integrity of those women and men protesting outside their doors on Tuesday night.Outside their doors? Ummm... do you the group of students in the room who were childishly screaming children's songs to disrupt the event and then continued to interrupt the presentation for more than an hour.
Also, note Witt's response to Natalie Fohl's (Choose Life's president) claim that abortion "ends the life of another human being." Instead of providing any evidence that the unborn aren't living human beings, Witt argues that this claim is somehow bad (apparently regardless of whether it is true or not) because it means Fohl thinks women who have abortions are murderers.
Golfer John Daly will play in PGA Tour event after he received a stem cell treatment to help heal his ribs.