Category Archives: Prenatal Development

The unborn child : fully human

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When does the human heart begin to beat?

For years, knowledge about the development of the heart of an unborn child pegged the beginning of the beating of the heart at around 21 days after conception. Now, new research finds that these first heartbeats occur at 16 days … Continue reading

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When you ‘re pregnant, you ‘re carrying a child

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When does life begin?

The beginning of human life is really a matter of simple biology. Scientific evidence shows that each human life has the same starting point at conception. Consider: 1- “A new individual is created when the elements of a potent sperm … Continue reading

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The heartbeat of an unborn child

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Milestones of early life

    This timeline of prenatal development is dated from conception. The sex of a child is determined at conception as is the colour of the eyes and the hair. The heart begins to beat around the 21st day.   … Continue reading

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When life begins

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Yes, it’s a person!

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The scientific reality of human development

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What is the unborn child?

    The unborn child is ┬áreferred to in many ways by those who wish to strip him of his humanity. Words such as tissue, clump of cells or product of conception are used but the words cannot change scientific … Continue reading

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