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State must stand up for women’s health care

By Aaron Ford Wednesday, June 13, 2018 | 2 a.m. Last month, the Trump administration announced yet another extremist action attempting to take away women’s basic rights and health care. This latest action would impose new rules that are designed to make it impossible for millions of patients to get …

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Women’s health issues raised

In January of this year the Breast Centre of Cyprus became a reality. Now, to further focus on women’s interests and breast cancer concerns, the first Cyprus Breast Health Forum will take place on Thursday in Nicosia. The forum, which will hopefully become an annual event, aims to be an event …

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Holyoke Medical Center’s Men’s Health Fair to draw women, too

HOLYOKE – Rebecca MacGregor, spokeswoman for Holyoke Medical Center, notes that the hospital’s Men’s Health Fair Wednesday, June 13, is likely to attract many women too. “Typically, several hundred people come through the fair collecting information and surprisingly, or maybe not, more than half are women collecting information for the …

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How the pay gap starts when we are teenagers

I have spent a good part of the last decade attending workshops to help women combat a ubiquitous problem: pay inequality. Just as self-defence courses rose to popularity in the early 80s, the solution to battling pay inequality it was hoped was through these workshops – in teaching women to …

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Sexist Comments Flourish on Airbnb in China

Airbnb bans trolling, discrimination and profanity. Yet if you’re a female user, expect a few choice remarks about your looks while using it in China. Once regarded as a fun social aspect of online services in China, the proliferation of reviews talking about women’s looks — from guests being called …

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Griffin Hospital Educates You On Women’s Health

NEW HAVEN, Conn. (WTNH) – Today we are joined by Griffin Hospital‘s Dr. Micheal Kessler of Obstetrics Gynecology. An obstetrician gynecologist, or OB/GYN, is a physician who cares for women throughout their pregnancies, straight through to the delivery of their baby. They also specialize in the diagnosis and treatment of …

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Fitbit activates female health tracking on the Versa and Ionic

From the phone and Windows apps, you can log your menstrual cycle start and end dates, as well as symptoms like headaches, acne and cramps. Fitbit will predict your upcoming cycles using its “proprietary cycle algorithm that gets smarter and more accurate as they log their period.” Most women who’ve …

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Pinterest Wants to Diversify Your Search Results

Skin tone taxonomies often lump complexion into broad categories, focusing on the spectrum of light and dark. One method, the Von Luschan chromatic scale, invented 36 different categories by comparing skin color to opaque colored tiles. Another method, the Fitzpatrick phototyping scale, reduced Von Luschan’s 36 shades into six broad …

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