For some weeks now, I’ve been following the treatment and custody battle over Sarah Hershberger, the 10-year-old Ohio Amish girl with leukemia. It is a heart-breaking story--her parents brought her to begin a two-year round of conventional treatment at a Ohio hospital and then, when she reacted badly to the treatments, decided to discontinue them.
I always sensed youth football was a dangerous proposition, but I never realized just how dangerous.
“In Russia, we can’t say what we want, but we can eat what we want. In the U.S., we can say what we want, but we can’t eat what we want.”From an attendee at the postponed hearing in Foxborough considering tough raw milk regulations for Lawton’s Family Farm