This content is definitely republished with kind authorization from our close friends at The Kaiser Family members Foundation. You will see the complete Kaiser Daily Health Plan Report, search the archives, or sign up for email delivery of in-depth coverage of wellness policy developments, debates and discussions. The Daily Health Policy Report is released for Kaisernetwork.org, a free services of The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation. Copyright 2009 Advisory Board Organization and Kaiser Family Basis. All rights reserved.. Abortion language in healthcare expenses continues to rankle both relative sides The Washington Times: ‘Pro-life advocates say the Democrats’ healthcare bill would send huge amount of money to community health care centers without restrictions to keep the money from being used to invest in abortions, expanding access to the procedure potentially.” The Times notes that ‘Supporters of the health care costs say they haven’t any intentions to switch the existing law prohibiting federal financing of abortions and will add further restrictions if needed’ .6, 2015 – – Battle is difficult on the soldiers sent to fight, but it may have consequences for wives left behind also, a fresh study suggests. Pregnant military wives are 3 x more likely to truly have a preterm birth or suffer postpartum depression if their spouses are deployed through the entire pregnancy, weighed against those whose spouses are serving stateside, a new study reports. ‘The stress and the stress and anxiety of not knowing whether your spouse was alive during that period’ can cause a rise in stress-related hormones in your body, and that stress may hinder women’s pregnancies, said Dr. Christopher Tarney, a U.S. Army captain and an obstetrician/gynecologist with Womack Army INFIRMARY at Fort Bragg, N.C. Women also might be stressed out because they’re going through pregnancy without the support of their partner, and without other family members or friends around to help often, Tarney added.