I don't know how it's only Tuesday and I already have a million things to post. Okay, like, 10?
The Post writes about a bunch of dead babies and fetuses found at the Washington Hospital Center. Back at our clinic (not in DC) we were told the fetal remains were incinerated at the nearby hospital.
The Times writes about the male biological clock. Old news but still worth knowing about: older fathers, not just older mothers, produce children with higher rates of certain abnormalities, including autism and schizophrenia.
Lastly, party in your pants! I'm not sure the idea of a condom pocket that's near skin is a great idea, considering that heat disintegrates condoms (love that Walter Reed has that up!). Maybe you're not supposed to wear the clothes for too long...speaking of, Nerve had an article on condoms as part of the series on the history of single life (If you've read Devices & Desires like I always suggest, you know all this).
Here are the stories from my other computer:
KFF told us about abortion-related legislation in Alabama, Mississippi and South Dakota.
A woman in India was killed by her in-laws when they suspected she had AIDS; interesting, considering apparently only half of Indian women have heard of AIDS. And lastly, about India, the government is planning to have cradles around for families to dump the baby girls.
Slightly off-topic: Senator Brownback continues the slavery-abortion metaphor, a woman in Pakistan had her kidneys stolen for farm machinery (by her husband), apparently, many of us still do need a wife, and Slate wrote about a communist feminist. Addendum: Salon had an article about a new study that shows that single women do less housework than women living with a partner.