Please Save the Poor Babies and Ourselves

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Please Save the Poor Babies and Ourselves Do you want to have a healthy body? Do you want to get away from the pressure from the unbalanced gender ratio in today’s society? Do you believe God and do you agree that every life is equal? It is certain that most of your answer is yes. But it is a shame that abortion is destroying our dream and faith. It can not be denied that abortion is acceptable for some people as it exactly provides them a few benefits but quantities of evidence have proved that abortion should be banned as it not only do great great harm to mother’s health and society but it is also immoral indeed. So, please save the poor babies and ourselves! Hundreds of studies prove that abortion can harm mothers’ health a lot as abortion is unnatural, seriously against the law of nature[1]. Some peole supporting abortion may think that if only they can tolerate the pain during the pocess of abortion, then everything will be fine. However, they may be wrong! Aborion can do worse than that. Quantities of gynaecologist have warned that abortion can lead to several problems such as an increase risk of breast cancer and barrenness. It is because when a woman is going to give birth to her baby, a surge of endocrine hormone will appear in her body, getting the mother into the preparation for the coming of her sweet heart. But abortion forces the pregnancy to terminate, suddenly disturbing the excretion of endocrine hormone and leaving the mother’s body to lose her balance which leads her to become more delicate in fornt of diseases. Therefore, abortion should be banned. Besides the harm to women’s health, abortion also impact society much! [2] Quantities of supporters of abortion argue that abortion is just a personal chioce but in fact, it is not entirely a personal issue! Abortion really can affect society a lot! Because of almost 30 years of a…...

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