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Wins for Women in 2016

These are troublesome days for the women’s motion: a day by day barrage of stories reminds us of the rampant sexism and inequality that many women and women nonetheless face worldwide. The election of Donald Trump in the United States spells unprecedented setbacks for domestic reproductive rights and the global …

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Ready for Launch

This ebook. *Deep Satisfied Sigh* It is lastly right here. I simply ripped open the packing containers from the printer and signed, packed, and shipped ALL the pre-ordered books in the present day. Which means, it’s time to formally launch these beauties far and broad. Autographed copies at the moment …

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Most Want Some Parts of Obamacare to Stay, Survey Finds

Most Want Some Parts of Obamacare to Stay, Survey Finds By Ashley HayesWebMD Health News Reviewed by Hansa D. Bhargava, MD Dec. 15, 2016 — Despite the unpopularity of the Affordable Care Act, a brand new WebMD/Medscape survey finds broad help for holding elements of the regulation intact — even …

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Women’s Health Rehabilitation Products Market

The government abstract offers detailed insights concerning the report and the market generally. This elaborate government abstract offers a glimpse into the current state of affairs of the worldwide women’s health rehabilitation merchandise market, which features a market snapshot that gives general info of varied segments and sub-segments. The government …

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Healthy Tips For The Holidays with Terra Wellington

Healthy Tips For The Holidays with Terra Wellington The holidays can take their toll on even the healthiest individual. From busy schedules to dangerous climate, there’s quite a bit that may convey us down this season. But Terra Wellington, Editor-in-Chief of Simple Mom’s Guide, shares straightforward steps to …

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Brave New World: UK Is First To Legalize Three-Parent Babies

It’s now authorized in Britain to create a three-parent child utilizing wholesome DNA from a donor to repair debilitating genetic issues. U.Okay. fertility clinic regulator Human Fertilization and Embryology Authority (HFEA) has permitted the “cautious use” of the method, developed by British scientists, to exchange an egg’s faulty mitochondrial DNA …

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Federal judge delays Texas’ fetal remains rule until Jan. 6

*Editor’s notice: This story has been up to date. A federal judge has delayed Texas’ fetal remains burial rule until Jan. 6. Judge Sam Sparks dominated Thursday afternoon that the Texas Department of State Health Services must push again its begin date for requiring health suppliers to bury …

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