New Study in Denmark Reveals Circumcision Increases Chances of Autism by 46%

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After examining the lives of 342,877 boys born in Denmark between 1994 and 2003, researchers found that circumcised boys are more likely than intact boys to develop Autism Spectrum Disorder. The study, published in the Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine in January 2015, was conducted by Professor Morten Frisch in collaboration with statistician Jacob…

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Study: Circumcision Permanently Alters the Brain, Researchers Threatened


After discovering that the trauma from circumcision permanently altered the baby’s brain in regions associated with reasoning, perception and emotions, the researchers were threatened to destroy their results or face legal action and immediate dismissal. As a graduate student working in the Department of Epidemiology at Kingston General Hospital, Paul D. Tinari, Ph.D. was approached by…

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20 Things No One Tells You About Giving Birth

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Giving birth in a hospital is something that’s riddled with uncertainty for those who haven’t been through the process.   This article was designed to shed light on those uncertainties and eliminate any fear you may have surrounding the issue.  Also keep in mind, the hospital isn’t the only place you can have birth.  For what…

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