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Birmingham Women’s March draws activists, local groups

Dozens of people attended the Birmingham Women’s March on the city’s west side Saturday morning to march for equality and learn about resources available for women’s wellness. The march began at 11 a. m., starting and ending at Parker High School. Gun control groups, Planned Parenthood, and other women’s health …

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Beauty vlogging is becoming one of the biggest secret women’s clubs

Phan’s videos follow a soothing formula: she greets her viewers with her famously soft, American-accented voiceover (“Hello cuties”; “Hi, gorgeous”). She appears with a full face of themed make-up – the Spanish Rose, maybe, or a red-lipped Chinese New Year look – explains what she’s about to do (“I have …

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Obamacare has been great for women’s health

Americans remain deeply divided over the Affordable Care Act, particularly along party lines, with the majority of Democrats supporting former President Barack Obama’s 2010 health insurance overhaul, and most Republicans (and President Donald Trump) rejecting it. But a new study published in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine claims that …

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Women’s and gender studies courses are for everyone

Many people might assume that women’s and gender studies courses are only for women, but that’s not the case. “Women’s and Gender Studies, as the name suggests, centers women’s histories, perspectives, and experiences to counter their historical marginalization and exclusion from mainstream knowledge systems and disciplines, while also addressing gender …

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Women’s and Gender Studies Courses are for everyone

Many people might assume that women’s and gender studies courses are only for women, but that’s not the case. “Women’s and Gender Studies, as the name suggests, centers women’s histories, perspectives, and experiences to counter their historical marginalization and exclusion from mainstream knowledge systems and disciplines, while also addressing gender …

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UK’s top gynaecologist spearheads women’s health task force

One of the UK’s top doctors is leading an effort to revolutionise health services for women, from helping them prevent unplanned pregnancies to staving off disease in old age. Prof Lesley Regan, the president of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, is co-chairing a women’s health task force with …

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Viral ice cream man regrets International Women’s Day video

To view this video please enable JavaScript, and consider upgrading to a web browser that supports HTML5 video There were plenty of important and sweet posts shared on International Women’s Day. But you might have noticed one satirical video being shared of a man making ice cream in honour of …

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Three Goals To Conquer During Women’s History Month

Women’s History Month is well underway and it’s time for a status update on the treatment and opportunities of women in the workplace. Office environments have certainly changed in the last 30, 20 and even 10 years, and as a career coach, nothing thrills me more than helping women discover …

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3 Goals To Conquer During Women’s History Month

Women’s History Month is well underway and it’s time for a status update on the treatment and opportunities of women in the workplace. Office environments have certainly changed in the last 30, 20 and even 10 years, and as a career coach, nothing thrills me more than helping women discover …

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