Down's Syndrome News
North Dakota Spent $491K on Fetal Heartbeat Abortion Law
North Dakota spent $491,000 in legal costs defending an ill-fated law that attempted to ban abortions when a fetal heartbeat is detected
'What Would You Do?' Episode Recap: Mom Fat Shames Daughter, Girl Gamer Abuse, Careless Pharamacist
Here is a recap of this week's episode of "What Would You Do?" with ABC's John Quiñones. What Would You Do: Customer Abuses Employee With Down Syndrome -- You're in line at a supermarket when you hear a customer being rude and offensive toward a grocery bagger who has Down syndrome. He is clearly
“WHAT WOULD YOU DO?” PREMIERES 10TH SEASON WITH EPISODE FEATURING BULLYING, QUESTIONABLE PARENTING, PHARMACIST CONFIDENTIALITY AND GENDER STEREOTYPES
The Hidden Camera Series Captures People’s Reactions to Thought-Provoking Scenarios “What Would You Do?” Kicks Off Friday, June 17 at 9:00 p.m., ET ON ABC Using actors and hidden cameras, “ What Would You Do? ” creates situations to capture people’s genuine reactions. As the show enters its
Mom and Baby with Down Syndrome Mail Letter to Doctor Who Suggested Abortion
Courtney Baker took more than a year to write and mail a letter she had been thinking about since she was pregnant with her daughter with special needs, Emersyn Faith. Baker told ABC News, "I knew how important it was going to be to write that letter before Emmy was even born." The Sanford, Florida
Formerly Homeless Student Graduates College While Caring for Brothers
Many people talk about beating the odds, but one awe-inspiring young woman from the Bronx has truly proven what it really means to come out on top with the weight of the world on one's shoulders. The road toward graduating cum laude on Tuesday with a bachelor's degree in English and a certificate
'10% Happier': These Zen Priests Could Make You Less Afraid of Death
Sensei Robert Chodo Campbell and Sensei Koshin Paley Ellison sat down with ABC News' Dan Harris for his "10% Happier" podcast.
Once Homeless Student Who Cared for Brothers Graduates College
Bianca Jeannot held down four jobs and cared for her family all while working on her degree.
Teen With Down Syndrome Surprised with College Acceptance Letter
One Indiana teen's overwhelmingly joyful reaction while reading her college acceptance letter has gone viral, after her mother captured the moment on video. Mickey Deputy, 19, who has Down syndrome , was surrounded by her family on May 18 when she sat down to open a letter from her preferred
Girl With Down Syndrome Reacts to College Acceptance Letter
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