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LA mayoral candidates accuse each other of being too close to USC scandals – KCRW

LA mayoral candidates Karen Bass and Rick Caruso are distancing themselves from USC, where both received degrees. Congresswoman Bass nonprofit operated out of the university for a time, and Caruso is the former president of its Board of Trustees.

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3 Private Health Questions Answered by an MD – First For Women

3 Private Health Questions Answered by an MD - First For Women Gender SelectMaleFemaleNon-Binary What type of traveler are you? What do you do after work?

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Sex Drive Actually Isnt a Real Thing, According to Science – Well+Good

For the past few years, mainstream society has been steadily moving toward a culture of sexual acceptance and pleasure celebration. While it's great that wanting and having sex is becoming increasingly normalized, the idea of not wanting sex has started to become increasingly pathologized, which is not so great.

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Chicago Med’s Jessy Schram Dishes On Playing Dr. Hannah Asher – Exclusive Interview – The List

Your character got to make a comeback this year on "Chicago Med." How did it feel to return as a series regular? It felt amazing. The cast and the crew are so delightful to work with, [and] it felt like I was coming back to a family, so it was nice to have that be a more solid position now.

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Here’s Why The Pill Is Still My Favorite Birth Control – Women’s Health

Which of the following contraceptives have you or your partner(s) used as birth control in the past year? That was the question an international research organization asked in a May 2022 survey of adults in the U.S.

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29 specialities with the highest, lowest job satisfaction – Becker’s ASC Review

Dermatologists have the highest job satisfaction among 29 medical specialties, while internal medicine physicians have the lowest, according to a 2022 speciality report from Medscape. When physicians from 29 different specialties were asked if they would choose their speciality again, 99 percent of dermatologists said they would. Specialties ranked by job percentage of physicians who would choose their job again: 1

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"After 10-Plus Years of Painful Periods, I Was Diagnosed With Stage 4 Endometriosis" – POPSUGAR

Each year in the US, an estimated 12 million adults who receive outpatient care are misdiagnosed, and oftentimes, those patients fall within a minority identity, including women, nonwhite Americans, and those within the LGBTQ+ community. That's why we created Finally, Diagnosed: a monthly series dedicated to highlighting the stories of those who've been overlooked by their doctors and forced to take their health into their own hands in order to get the care they deserve. Rainelle Walker-White, a 25-year-old investigator from Boston, used to think that severely painful periods were normal.

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Hungary Will Now Force Women To Listen To The Fetus Heartbeat Before They Can Get An Abortion – Almost

Hungarian women will have to listen to the fetus heartbeat before they are allowed to seek an abortion starting Thursday Sep. 15 as part of the governments new measures to restrict abortion. The Hungarian government, under the leadership of far-right prime minister Viktor Orbn, announced the new law on Monday Sep 12

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A clinician’s dilemma: what should be communicated to women with oncogenic genital HPV and their partners regarding the risk of oral viral…

Islami F, Goding Sauer A, Miller KD, Siegel RL, Fedewa SA, Jacobs EJ, McCullough ML, Patel AV, Ma J, Soerjomataram I, Flanders WD, Brawley OW, Gapstur SM, Jemal A. Proportion and number of cancer cases and deaths attributable to potentially modifiable risk factors in the United States. CA Cancer J Clin.

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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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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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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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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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A gynecologist was rushed out to protect her patients – La Ronge Northerner

The 73-year-old obstetrician was quickly removed by his professional order to protect his patients after he allegedly made inappropriate sexual comments again, this time while a patient was giving birth.

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Dr. Caitlin Bernard, Who Provided Abortion to Ohio 10-Year Old, Speaks Out and Pays a Price – The New York Times

Three weeks before the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, Dr. Caitlin Bernard, an Indianapolis obstetrician-gynecologist, donned her white lab coat, put her infant daughter into a front-pack baby carrier and joined a few colleagues who marched to the State Capitol, hoping to deliver a letter to Gov

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Mum gives birth to TWO sets of twins at same time after 1 in 10 million pregnancy – The Mirror

Ashley Ness, 35, who had previously struggled with fertility issues, welcomed the two girls and two boys after a Cesarean section at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston Image: gofundme.com) A woman who beat odds of 10 million to one has given birth to two sets of identical twins at the same time. Ashley Ness, 35, welcomed all four babies - two girls and two boys - after a Cesarean section at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, US, during the early hours of Thursday morning. The new arrivals were born after 28 weeks and two days - about 12 weeks earlier than a full-term pregnancy - and mother and babies are expected to remain under the watchful eye of staff in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit for a further eight weeks, according to a spokesperson for the hospitals.

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What Does It Mean If You Have An Abnormal Pap Smear? – Health Digest

Your initial reaction to hearing that abnormal cells were found after a pap smear may be to jump to the conclusion that you have cervical cancer, but there's no need to think that right off the bat, explains Self. There's an important distinction between abnormal and cancerous, and the two aren't mutually exclusive. Dr.

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A California OBGYN is planning to build a floating abortion clinic on federal waters free from state restrictions – Yahoo News

Dr. Meg Autry is a California OBGYN who provides abortions. She's planning a clinic on a boat in federal waters

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The Real Reason The Birth Control Pill Was Designed With A 28-Day Cycle – The List

Though there are some unexpected benefits of the pill such as easing period pain, clearing up acne, and potentially reducing the risk of certain cancers many arguments can still be made for stopping taking the birth control pill. The pill has been linked to depression, anxiety, and a decreased sex drive, along with an increased risk of breast cancer and stroke

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Some people in the US are rushing to get sterilized after the Roe v. Wade ruling – CNN

"I was afraid that it would be hard to find a doctor to perform a tubal ligation, as I am a young, single female in a red, conservative state," said Carden, who lives in Irving, Texas. She made numerous calls to gynecologists' offices, only to find many were booked for the next few months

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