Suggestion Saturday: June 2, 2012

Here is this week’s list of blog posts, videos, articles, surprises and other tidbits from my favourite corners of the web.

Click Here. Normally I tell you exactly what to expect with Suggestion Saturday links. This time I’m not giving anything away. (Don’t worry – this is nothing frightening or pornographic. I just want you to be as surprised as I was when I discovered it. 🙂 )

New from MIT: Needleless, Pain-free Injections. The best news I’ve heard all week! I wonder how long it will be before it becomes standard treatment?

From The Pro-Life Paradox. I thought it was satire at first:

It would be logical to expect, then, that these new restrictions on abortion would be accompanied by increased public services for women and children—especially for children with developmental disabilities…But nothing of the sort is happening. Instead, even as state legislators are finding new ways to interfere with a woman’s or couple’s decisions about baby-making, they are reducing the services upon which families depend.

 13 Kids and Wanting More. A fascinating documentary about large families in Britain. Everyone I know who has kids has reached a point where they realized that X number of children was the most they could care of well.  These families don’t seem to hit that wall. So interesting!

What have you been reading?

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  1. Great suggestions and the first one was a wonderful surprise!!  Thanks so much for finding it–my day got a great start with it!

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