About 'Merck More Than a Mother' campaign; in many cultures, childless
women suffer discrimination, stigma, and ostracism.
Now I'm 51 and I'm still being judged, like millions of other childless
In addition, with proposals to expand the childless
worker EITC gaining attention, a better understanding of how an expansion might affect marriage penalties is important.
couples take part in the auction and the highest bidder takes away the prized possession.
Well, how about if Davis Farmland keeps a bunch of kids hanging in a closet somewhere on the farm, to help the childless
women's wages are converging with that of childless
men, mothers' wages are substantially lower than fathers' wages in many countries.
The basis of Mr Plaisted's argument (Letters, July 22), that being diverse does not constitute equality because the sex act is different, is sadly bigoted and is tantamount to saying "if you don't do as I do, then you must be inferior," or as saying white people are superior because they are not black or childless
couples have failed because they are childless
The finding also indicates that women with two or more children have less anxiety and depression than women who have never been pregnant or childless
Parents or caretakers of children also boast shopping behaviors that differ, sometimes dramatically, from those of their childless
But yesterday it emerged that NHS watchdogs for England and Wales want the level raised to include childless
women aged 40 and 41 who have not previously had IVF.
Using Current Population Survey (CPS) data from the period 2000 2008, we examine the effects of public and private health insurance premiums on the insurance status of low-income childless
adults, a population substantially affected by the A CA.
To encourage childbirth, governments try cash awards and tax credits and even punitive policies of taxes on childless
adults or restricting contraception, careers and education options for women.
The proportion of women in their mid-40s who are childless
is at a 45-year high, according to new figures.
Data from the Office for National Statistics shows one in five women born in 1965 remained childless
by the end of their childbearing years compared with one in nine women born in 1938 - their mother's generation.
men are more likely to die from heart disease than fathers, a study has shown.