October 12th 2017
For years, the debate about abortion being linked to breast cancer has raged. Although there are studies that show there is not a link, there are many studies which show there is. With October being Breast Cancer Awareness Month, now is a good time to investigate the research for yourself, especially if you are thinking of abortng your pregnancy or if you have had an abortion in your past. Read our blog to learn more about the research and how you can find out and decide for yourself about this issue.
September 27th 2017
School violence is on the rise. College campus crimes increased significantly from 2014 to 2015, and reports of bullying in elementary and secondary schools have also increased in the past few years. How does a student deal with violence, threats, and hateful speech and actions? Learn more about these things on this week's blog post.
September 20th 2017
Some of our patients are shocked to learn they are pregnant because they have been on birth control and thought they were protected. What happened? Can you really get pregnant while taking hormonal birth control pills?
September 13th 2017
This is Suicide Prevention Week. There are many factors that lead to suicidal behaviors; the common thread is hopelessness. Circumstances and situations, choices one has made or that others have made for you, can cause depression and suicidal thoughts and actions. Studies have shown that abortion can be a factor for both depression and suicidal activities in women. Read this post that highlights studies which have shown a link between abortion, depression, and suicide and about the hope and healing that can be obtained for women who experience those emotions.
September 7th 2017
Many people in America suffer from depression, anxiety, and feelings of hopelessness. According to a report issued last year by the Center for Disease Control (CDC), there was a significant increase in the number of suicides in the United States between 1999 and 2014. Wyoming and other western states often rank in the top 10 places for suicidal behavior. Next week is Suicide Prevention Week. Learn more about the tendancies of depression and suicidal thoughts and how you can help yourself and those you love dealing with such issues on this week's blog post.
July 11th 2017
Women who have made the decision to abort their pregnancies, taken the first abortion pill, and regret what they've done have a chance to reverse their abortion -- and True Care can help.
True Care Women's Resource Center now offers abortion pill reversal. This is a new treatment for women who have started a chemical (or medication) abortion and regret that decision. Many people don’t realize that the Abortion Pill can sometimes be reversed. The reversal process is called Pregnancy Sustaining Progesterone Therapy (PSPT) or Abortion Pill Reversal, and in about 50 percent of cases, a woman goes on to deliver a healthy baby. Contact True Care's Scheduling Line at 307-215-9684 if you or someone you know has experienced a medical abortion in the last 72 hours and haven't taken the second pill.
Continue to our blog to learn more about Abortion Pill Reversal.
July 2nd 2017
The first six months of 2017 evaporated, and July has now arrived. The July 4th holiday often means picnics, fireworks, and other outdoor activities; these endeavors, while filled with family and fun, can lead to disasters. Read our blog post this week which provides several tips to keep yourself, your children, and your other family members safe, not only during this celebration week, but during the Central Wyoming Fair and Rodeo and throughout the summer months.
June 27th 2017
Summer officially began last week, and with the July 4th holiday weekend approaching, there are many concerns to consider regarding a person’s wellbeing. From sun to sex, we have six summer safety tips for you. Read this week's blog to learn more.