Guest blogger Rachel Walden of Women's Health News is posting here this week, while Christine is on vacation. Despite the recent ban, female … Read
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Guest blogger Rachel Walden of Women's Health News is posting here this week, while Christine is on vacation. The women of BlogHer are … Read
Double Dose: The Gay Presidential Debate; Reproductive Health and Pop Culture; Doctors Deal with Fear of Federal Abortion Ban
Lethal Injections Offer Legal Shield, But Doctors Debate Safety: "In response to the Supreme Court decision upholding the Partial-Birth Abortion Ban Act, many … Read
Double Dose: Tobacco as a Cancer Vaccine, Family Leave Values, and What Should the Criminal Penalty Be For a Woman Who Has an Abortion?
Using Tobacco to Prevent Cancer: Kentucky researchers are looking to the tobacco plant to develop a low-cost vaccine against the virus that causes … Read
The New York Times this week reported on a new study of the prevalence of HIV infection among sex-trafficked Nepalese girls and women. … Read
Double Dose: Reports from BlogHer, Welcome Back to The Sponge, And a Slow Recovery in New Orleans Goes Even Slower Without Hospitals
Viva La BlogHer: Great posts from the BlogHer '07 conference up at Viva La Feminista. And Women in Media & News points to … Read
"A total recall of an important AIDS drug widely used in developing countries has disrupted treatment for tens of thousands of the world’s … Read
Double Dose: The Value of Maternal Employment, a U.S. Presidential Candidate and Her Breasts, Read on Film and the Missing A-Word, and Empowered Women on TV: That’s So Hot!
Chronic Fatigue No Longer Seen as "Yuppie Flu": "The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, which in 1999 acknowledged that it had diverted … Read
A new study has linked a "meat-sweet" Western diet with increased risk for breast cancer in postmenopausal Asian women. Overweight postmenopausal women who … Read
Double Dose: Die Hard’s Persistent Patriarchy, Men Talk as Much as Women, and Shhh! You’re in a Hospital
Talk This Up: A study published Friday in the journal Science debunks the myth that women talk read than men. In fact, the … Read