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  • Birth Control (Should it Be Covered Under the Affordable Care Act?)

    October 8th, 2011 | News Updates, Uncategorized | ekrhp | Comments Off on Birth Control (Should it Be Covered Under the Affordable Care Act?)

    Many conservatives are speaking out against the public funding of birth control for American men and women stating that it will not decrease abortion, it will increase uncommitted sexual encounters, it is not preventative medicine, and it will prevent a generation of children amongst other things.  EKRHP was recently asked on our Facebook page to respond to […]

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  • Kentucky Domestic Violence Association to Conduct Training in Hazard

    August 18th, 2011 | News Updates, Uncategorized | ekrhp | Comments Off on Kentucky Domestic Violence Association to Conduct Training in Hazard

    September 2nd KDVA will be in Hazard to conduct a training titled Considerations for Women’s Health in Kentucky.  The training will be held from 9am-5pm at the LKLP on 398 Roy Campbell Drive.  The registration fee is $40 and includes materials and Continuing Education hours (CEUs). Women who have been in domestic violence situations have experienced possible physical […]

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  • How Do We Have Civil Conversations about Serious Women’s Reproductive Health Issues When There are Passionate Disagreements?

    August 15th, 2011 | News Updates, Uncategorized | ekrhp | Comments Off on How Do We Have Civil Conversations about Serious Women’s Reproductive Health Issues When There are Passionate Disagreements?

    All it takes to stir emotions between people or groups of people really quickly is to simply mention any of what have become some of the most “taboo” topics to discuss – the issues that seem to fire the women’s reproductive health conversation.  Abortion.  Birth Control.  Sex Education.  Homosexuality.  Unassisted Childbirth.  Depending on what sort […]

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