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Have we come a long way, baby? When it comes to women in medicine, the answer is yes, no, and maybe.
Forty-three percent of women ages 40-74 have mammographically dense breasts making it difficult, if not impossible in some cases, to detect cancer on routine mammogram screening.
Social science has generated massive evidence that successful social movements accommodated change within them and the ones that resisted change became extinct.
Do “the rights” of an unborn fetus really trump everything else in the mother’s life, including her own health? Whose body is it anyway?
Authored by Congresswoman Patsy Mink, Title IX, was passed in 1972. Afterward, women applied and got accepted to medical school in droves.
Women make up slightly more than 50% of the world’s population but account for over 60% of the world’s hungry. It's time to do something about it.
Dov Michaeli MD, PhD explores what science tells us about the wisdom of the crowd.
What a 69-year-old South Korean woman can teach us about perseverance and sajeonogi.
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