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USC paid $1.1B to survivors of sex abuse by campus gynecologist. One survivor says ‘I would’ve liked an apology,’ too – AOL

George Tyndall was a University of Southern California gynecologist when, in 2017, a nurse at the school's clinic reported him to USC's Sexual Violence Prevention Services. He was asked to resign.

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The repeal of abortion in the United States leaves doctors in legal limbo – EL PAS USA

On June 29, five days after the US Supreme Court struck down federal protection of abortion rights, Emily Diament, pregnant with her second daughter, was due for her 20th week checkup. Everything was going well in a pregnancy that she couldnt have wanted more.

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Letter: Short-sighted abortion decisions will lead to long-term care problems – Times Union

To the editor Aug. 8, 2022 As is often the case in policy-making, legislators enact laws that are politically expedient in the short term but do not consider long-term impact. The states that have enacted laws that penalize physicians for providing obstetrical/gynecological care for women have not thought through the long-term impact of these laws

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One In 5,000 Women In The World Are Born Without A Cervix. – Nation World News

Rokitansky syndrome (MRKHS) is a congenital disorder, that is, the person who suffers from it suffers from the female reproductive system, which according to Reproductive Systems affects 1 in 5,000 women in the world. Women with this syndrome are born without a uterus and without a cervix (the neck of the uterus)

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Should Abortion Providers Break the Law? – The Intercept

The horrific stories are pouring in.A Texas womans water breaks at 18 weeks, leaving the fetuss chance of survival as close to zero as youll ever get in medicine, according to one expert. Yet shemust wait until she is hemorrhaging profusely and burning with fever that is, not dead but almost before the doctors agree that its legal to perform an abortion.ATennessee residentlearns that her babys brain matter [is] leaking into the umbilical sac, gravely threatening her own health

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Aug 3, 2022 RWJUH Somerset Receives 5-Star Ratings for Vaginal and C-section Deliveries – RWJBarnabas Health

Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital (RWJUH) Somerset, an RWJBarnabas Health facility, has received 5-star ratings for vaginal and C-section deliveries from Healthgrades in its 2022 ob/gyn quality ratings announced Aug. 2

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Exploration of fertility and early menopause related information needs and development of online information for young breast cancer survivors – BMC…

Phase 1: identification of relevant topics from a professional perspective All relevant information items concerning fertility or early menopause that were identified, were included in the topic guide for the interviews with breast cancer survivors, which were performed in phase 2. The topic guide is presented in Additional file 2: Appendix B.

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Dear Doctor: Are there over-the-counter medications for male incontinence? – OregonLive

DEAR DR. ROACH: I am a 55-year-old male in good health and was diagnosed with a slightly enlarged prostate several years ago. My primary care doctor said he wasnt concerned enough to prescribe any medications.

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Opinion | How to take care of your body in college – The Pitt News

College isnt easy. Ive written 20-page papers, performed in plays and musicals, written for extracurricular groups and searched for summer career opportunities all at the same time. But you wanna know what was the hardest part of college

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The Best TVs From Top Brands, Including Samsung, LG, Sony And More – Forbes

This is a great time to upgrade your televisionthe best TVs of 2022 are truly the finest models ever sold, and well worth the money if your existing set is more than a handful of years old. The latest crop of flagship TVs are truly spectacular to look at, and give hints about what technologies are likely to become mainstream in the future. In recent months, the new gold standard for OLED televisionsdubbed quantum dot OLEDbegan shipping, as have new, brighter Mini LED sets.

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Review: SONDHEIM ON SONDHEIM at Cain Park–Alma Theatre – Broadway World

Stephen Sondheim is generally credited with being the "father of the modern American musical." His recent death has encouraged theatres to do commemorative productions of his plays.

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7 Alternate Ways To Starting A Family That Need To Be Normalised – Hauterrfly

Family planning in India usually is when a couple decides to have a child through a traditional method, i.e. getting together, getting pregnant and having a child.

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10 great action movies to watch that follow the John Wick mold – Polygon

One of the big releases currently in theaters is the Brad Pitt-led Bullet Train. This adrenaline-fueled slice of cinematic absurdity about a speeding train traveling from Tokyo across Japan that just so happens to contain multiple hitmen battling over a mysterious briefcase is the ticket to catch at the moment for film lovers who value practical stunt work and fight choreography over bombastic CGI spectacle. The man behind Bullet Train is a director well-versed in the art of film action: David Leitch

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An interview with Joel Angel Bravo Anduaga: Are international organizations still relevant? – Modern Diplomacy

Hamm: What time is it? Clov: The same as usual. Samuel Beckett, Endgame When studying history, it becomes difficult to distinguish endings from beginnings.

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How Raised By Wolves used revolutionary 3D printing in its special effects – Winter is Coming

Before it was unceremoniously canceled by HBO Max earlier this year, Raised By Wolveswas one of the weirdest, boldest science fiction shows on TV. It followed the story of two androids, Mother (Amanda Collin) and Father (Abubakar Salim), who seek to restart the human race on the distant planet of Kepler-22b after Earth is torn apart by a theological war.

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To win the U.S. Senate election, Kansas Democrats say they need to ‘get more personal’ – KCUR

It seemed all of Wellington, Kansas, had turned out on a sticky July night for the parade that kicked off the annual Kansas Wheat Festival, a 120-year-old tradition in this town of about 8,000 people just south of Wichita.

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The pillars of health: influence of multiple lifestyle behaviors on body mass index and depressive symptoms in adult twins – BMC Public Health – BMC…

Descriptive statistics and intraclass correlations Descriptive statistics for select demographic characteristics, BMI, depressive symptoms score, and the distribution of participants achieving the various health pillars are shown in Table 1.

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Only 41% of Pregnant People Were Screened for Hepatitis C in 2021 – Hep Treatment News

Although hepatitis C screening rates for pregnant people have increased since the advent of new guidelines recommending universal screening during each pregnancy, less than half received the recommended tests in early 2021, according to study results published in Obstetrics and Gynecology.

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Fewer and fewer OB-GYNS are being trained to perform abortions – Salon

It's one of the most ruthlessly effective weapons in human history: the destruction of knowledge. Opponents of reproductive rights in America understand this well. It's not enough to restrict or outright ban access to abortion

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MemorialCare Long Beach Medical Center ranked nationally for obstetrics and gynecology and recognized as high-performing by U.S. News & World…

In a rigorous assessment of 4,500 adult hospitals, U.S.

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Knittel, Thompson Receive Clinical Scientist Development Awards | Newsroom – UNC Health and UNC School of Medicine

The Doris Duke Charitable Foundation awarded more than $7.9 million in grants to 16 early-career physician scientists, including two from the UNC School of Medicine Andrea Knittel, MD, PhD and Peyton Thompson, MD.

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Bronson Welcomes 11 New Providers in July 2022 – Bronson Healthcare

Bronson Advanced Cardiac Healthcare welcomes Jonathon Blais, DO, to its team. Dr. Blais completed his cardiology fellowship at Ascension Genesys in Grand Blanc, Mich., and is board certified in internal medicine

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Police registered a case against a gynecologist as panel doctors stated negligence in a case of death of a 26- year old woman – Afternoon Voice

Image: Representative Police registered a case against a gynecologist after a panel of government doctors indicted her for negligence leading to the death of a 26-year-old woman post delivery at a private hospital in Jalna city of Maharashtra.

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Telehealth could improve access to health care for pregnant mothers, their infants – OHSU News

Research lead byAmy Cantor, M.D., M.P.H, associate professor of medical informatics and clinical epidemiology, family medicine and obstetrics and gynecology in the OHSU School of Medicine, shows telehealth had similar and sometimes better health outcomes for maternal care.

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Photographer Monique Floyd Finds Fulfillment in the Art of the Selfie – Charlotte magazine

A decade ago, Monique Floydwho goes by King Moe, or just Moeleft her job to take photos of women and teach them to take better selfies. She began to reassess her life in 2011, when a hysterectomy left her homebound for 12 weeks.

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