ISSUES | TOTAL FERTILITY CONTROL
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe plans to issue a statement offering a state apology to those who were subject to forced sterilization under a now-defunct eugenics lawread more
Let’s not make them happen to us.read more
Aficionados of this blog will know that I love maps. Especially bright, colourful ones. One of my favourite books in my formative years was Chester Wilmot’s The Struggle for Europe.read more
Hungary wants to promote family support schemes.
Prime Minister Viktor Orban has unveiled measures to boost the birth rate.
The nationalist government is anti-immigration and has fallen out with the EU over migrant quotas.
Over the weekend, I finished reading the British journalist Douglas Murray’s book The Strange Death Of Europe.read more
A strong economy will need workers, and America is averaging only 1.7 children per couple.read more
"Almost three years after easing its "one child" policy and allowing couples to have two children, the government has begun to acknowledge that its efforts to raise the country's birthrate are faltering because parents are deciding against having more children....read more
Philippine DOH's Implanon is a discontinued drug by Joy Posadas Read Full Text: https://joyposadaswrites.blogspot.com/2016/09/philippine-dohs-implanon-is.html?m=0 "Many Filipinos are not aware that Implanon is already discontinued and was replaced by Nexplanon. One...read more
"They say the kind of families that we have determines the kind of society that we have. But I will go deeper and further and delve into what’s more basic — and say that how we value LIFE determines how sound and healthy and stable our society is. I am not surprised...read more
BANGKOK (REUTERS) - Thailand has tried cash bonuses and tax incentives to boost the country's birth rate, but on Valentine's Day today (Feb 14), it adopted a new approach - handing out vitamin pills. Like several other Asian countries, Thailand is ageing rapidly....read more
Some half a century after its launch, cracks are beginning to appear in the image of the contraceptive pill. But why are more and more women turning away from it? Lottie Winter finds out in this piece first published in Vogue's November 2017 issue. The pill. Love it...read more