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Ceek Women’s Health Debuts at ACOG

Focused on developing innovative products in obstetrics and gynecology, Ceek Women’s Health is a medical device company led by a group of highly experienced, passionate women committed to improving women’s healthcare experiences. Ceek is preparing to launch Nella Women’s Care in 2019, a clinically tested and thoughtfully designed product line …

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St. Anthony Shrine Awarded $500,000 to Expand On-Site Women’s …

Share this… Boston nonprofit receives Cummings Foundation grant for $50,000 over 10 years Advertisement #####IMG000000001##### #####IMG000000001##### #####IMG000000001##### BOSTON, MA (April 24, 2018) – St. Anthony Shrine has been awarded a $500,000 grant – the largest in its history – from Cummings Foundation’s Sustaining Grants program. The funding will allow the …

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Shrine gets $500G grant for women’s health | Boston Herald

A $500,000 grant spanning a decade will boost individualized care for homeless women treated at the health clinic at St. Anthony Shrine downtown, program officials said yesterday. “The type of clients we are servicing really require a lot of time. They have extremely complex situations, multiple medical issues, abuse issues, …

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Strength training important to women’s health

Women’s bodies are built different from men’s to accommodate the changes of pregnancy and childbirth. Although women may store fat differently and have less muscle mass than men, it’s still important that women include weight resistance training in their exercise routines. Lifting weights is an important part of staying fit. …

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Ceek Women’s Health Debuts at ACOG – PR Newswire

Focused on developing innovative products in obstetrics and gynecology, Ceek Women’s Health is a medical device company led by a group of highly experienced, passionate women committed to improving women’s healthcare experiences. Ceek is preparing to launch Nella Women’s Care in 2019, a clinically tested and thoughtfully designed product line …

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St. Anthony Shrine Awarded $500000 to Expand On-Site Women’s Health Clinic

Share this… Boston nonprofit receives Cummings Foundation grant for $50,000 over 10 years Advertisement #####IMG000000001##### #####IMG000000001##### #####IMG000000001##### BOSTON, MA (April 24, 2018) – St. Anthony Shrine has been awarded a $500,000 grant – the largest in its history – from Cummings Foundation’s Sustaining Grants program. The funding will allow the …

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Shrine gets $500G grant for women’s health

A $500,000 grant spanning a decade will boost individualized care for homeless women treated at the health clinic at St. Anthony Shrine downtown, program officials said yesterday. “The type of clients we are servicing really require a lot of time. They have extremely complex situations, multiple medical issues, abuse issues, …

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Women’s Health Company Hologic and Actor, Director Aisha Tyler Partner to Help the One in Five Women Suffering in …

Experience the interactive Multichannel News Release here: https://www.multivu.com/players/English/8313451-hologic-we-hate-heavy-periods/ Heavy periods can be characterized by bleeding that lasts longer than seven days or includes passing clots the size of a quarter or larger.1 Many women suffering from heavy periods experience severe cramping, clotting, nausea, exhaustion and anemia as a result, which …

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Women’s health in the US attracts development-bond interest

ImpactAlpha, April 24 – When the state of South Carolina announced a $30 million impact bond for low-income maternal and child health in December, some of the baseline statistics sounded more like those of a developing country. More than a quarter of South Carolina’s children — 280,000 kids — live in …

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Women’s Health Center project to start soon

WATERTOWN — The final architectural plans are being drawn up for Samaritan Medical Center’s new women’s health department. “The heart of the project is to develop a full-service women’s health center,” said Samaritan Communication and Public Relations Director Krista A. Kittle. “We currently have our ‘Woman to Woman’ clinic located …

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Why More Women Than Men Are Now Getting COPD

Barbara Bush, who was a smoker when she was younger, suffered from COPD in her final years. Barbara Bush was like a growing number of women. During her final years, the former first lady reportedly had been coping with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), along with congestive heart failure. COPD …

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Bias keeps women with higher body weights away from the doctor

Most studies that look into body weight and its effect on healthcare visits don’t consider the experiences of weight stigma or patients’ feelings about their own bodies. But the lead author of this study, Janell Mensinger, PhD, wanted to look into these factors because she believes that the way the …

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Gender bias in peer review of research grants may penalize women

(Reuters Health) – Female researchers may be less successful at winning grant funding than their male counterparts with similar experience and qualifications at least in part because of gender bias among reviewers, a Canadian study suggests. In theory, the goal of using peer reviewers to assess grant applications is to …

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