May 28, 2018
Suggesting that people who struggle with their mental health are likely to be violent is dangerous, especially when people with disabilities are more likely to be the victims of violence than perpetrators.
Developments on the Korean peninsula have inspired a degree of shock and awe in diplomatic circles.
Going to the margins to provide health services does not always earn Catholic hospitals praise; sometimes it provokes unfriendly scrutiny.
As states continue to close large state-run institutions designed to house large numbers of people with cognitive disabilities, the United States faces a new crisis: a shortage of new nonprofit group homes.
By enrolling in a largely pro-choice public health program I was able to articulate a pro-life vision that I could truly believe in.