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Menopause remains a taboo topic in workplaces, new research reveals – Women’s Agenda

Menopause remains a taboo subject in the workplace, with new research revealing many Australian women who experience menopause feel unsupported by their employers and consider leaving the workplace. 83 per cent of respondents to a recent survey who had experienced menopause said it negatively affected their work life, while nearly one in two said they considered retiring or taking a break from work because of it

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Experimental Treatment Could Restore Fertility in Women With Early Menopause – Everyday Health

Many women in the United States are choosing to postpone having children until later in life. Although the birth rate is flat or going down in most age groups, births among women ages 40 to 44 years old has been rising since the early 1980s, and this age group accounted for 114,730 of the 3.8 million babies born in 2017, according to the birth statistics from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). For women who want to have a child in their forties, plans for a family can be derailed by early menopause, and may only be possible through a donor egg

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Delayed or Missed Periods: Here are the reasons – The Tribune India

New Delhi, April 4 Every woman is different -- including their periods.

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Mum dies of cervical cancer after check-ups were halted due to the pandemic – Evening Standard

A mother-of-four has died of cervical cancer after she was misdiagnosed with early menopause and her check-ups were halted due to the pandemic. Lizzy Evans, 27, from Bagillt, Wales, was pregnant with her fourth child when she was first diagnosed with cervical cancer. She began treatment soon after giving birth and was given the all-clear

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Young mum told muscle pain was ‘early menopause’ dies of terminal cancer aged 27 – Daily Star

Lizzy Evans was devastated after being diagnosed with cervical cancer not long after finding out she was pregnant with her fourth child. The bombshell news meant she had to deliver her daughter eight weeks early so she could begin treatment as soon as possible. In May last year, Lizzy, just 27-years-old from Bagillt, Flintshire, was given the all-clear

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Heart Disease Gaining on Cancer as Leading Cause of Death in Young Women – HealthDay News

FRIDAY, April 2, 2021 (HealthDay News) -- Heart disease is gaining on cancer as the leading cause of death among American women under 65.

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Ask the Doc: ‘I gained weight in lockdown but lack motivation what should I do?’ – RossShire Journal

Motivation has been an issue for many during lockdown. Q.

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Does Birth Control Cause Cancer: What the Research Shows – Healthline

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), roughly 14 percent of women ages 15 to 49 currently use the birth control pill.

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Wellbeing Wednesdays Podcast: All About Birth Control – The Daily Athenaeum – thedaonline

Courtney Weaver is all by her lonesome this week giving a quick rundown of the different methods of hormonal birth control.

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When does birth control start working? The pill works after 7 days, but other types work faster – Insider

Doctors recommend waiting at least one week before having sex after starting a birth control method, because in many cases, it's not instantly effective.

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Minus the City: Phexxi: Newest Innovation in Female Birth Control – The Colgate Maroon-News

Last week I talked about the dangers of altering the pH of the vagina. What if I told you that the FDA has just recently approved a new female contraceptive that works by altering the pH of the vagina?

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Why Is There So Much Silence Around Miscarriage? – Vogue

We were sent underground. Silence has even become encoded in medical recommendations. Its common practice in the medical community to suggest women wait to share their pregnancy news until they are out of the woods.

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Opinion: The gag rule is rescinded, but its effects still hurt Missourians – The Missouri Times

You may know birth control in any of its many forms: condoms, the pill, the patch, the shot, or maybe even an intrauterine device (IUD). For decades, contraception has been a trusty companion for individuals and couples to plan if, when, and how to start or grow a family

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The Chilean Government Gave Out Defective Birth Control Pills Which Caused Dozens of Unplanned Pregnancies – mit inc

Photos via Getty Images; neonrated/Instagram A first-look photo of Kristen Stewart playing Princess Diana in the upcoming movie Spencer, directed by Chilean filmmaker Pablo Larran, have surfaced.

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‘Dead goyim leg’: Why do medical dramas keep perpetuating terrible stereotypes about Orthodox Jews? J. – The Jewish News of Northern California

A version of this essay originally appeared onAlma. Last month, the Jewish internet was shocked by a scene from the TV medical drama Nurses. The shocking part should be that a clip from a subpar Canadian medical drama only airing on NBC because of a Covid-induced lack of programming managed to go semiviral

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Switzerland Women’s Healthcare – Expat Guide to Switzerland – Expatica Switzerland

From cancer screenings and sexual health to maternity care and more, we explain all you need to know about womens healthcare in Switzerland.

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The most innovative wellness companies of 2021 – Fast Company

Wellness brands showed off their endurance and flexibility during the pandemic, as studios shuttered and people around the world sought out ways to feel healthier, happier, and less stressed in trying times. This years Most Innovative Wellness Companies managed to keep consumers interested and engaged with their health (and their products) while at home, and also helped maintain a sense of community, even as in-person classes and services shut down. For motivating consumers to keep working out, even after weeks and months at home Pelotons growth during the pandemic may have been catalyzed by stay-at-home orders, but it was propelled by the companys smart digital strategy

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China wants to wipe out Uyghurs, committing genocide in Xinjiang: US think-tank report – ThePrint

Text Size:A- A+ New Delhi: From sexual abuse, illegal detentions to forced birth control, China is allegedly carrying out a genocide against its Uyghur population in Xinjiang province, a new report by a US-based think-tank has said. According to the Washington DC-based Newlines Institute for Strategy and Policy, China is in breach of the 1948 United Nations Genocide Convention, which the country has signed along with 151 nations

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El Salvador’s ‘Total Abortion Ban’ Is Landing Women Who Have Accidentally Miscarried in Jail – mit inc

Photo via Getty Images The fight for womens right to choose what to do with their bodies is a fight that continues to rage on throughout the world.

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Bombay High Court sets aside suspension order against society working for animal birth control – The Indian Express

The Bombay High Court has set aside an order by Animal Welfare Board of India (AWBI) which had suspended the recognition of Mumbai-based Universal Animal Welfare Society which works on animal birth control (ABC) programmes. The society was asked to shut down its ABC centre at Malad after incidents of alleged cruelty against dogs were found at the centre. The High Court, while setting aside the suspension, held that before taking such drastic action, the society should have been given the opportunity to be heard.

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PCOS and Fertility: What women can do about it? – The Tribune India

New Delhi, March 9 Are you dealing with the stressful symptoms of PCOS?

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Coronavirus and fertility – Modern Diplomacy

During the epidemic most people in the world were and are still at home. Many experts and pundits predicted that fertility rates would increase, but indeed the result has been exactly the opposite. The coronavirus pandemic has an even greater impact on younger generations with unstable jobs and economic losses that make young people think twice before getting married and having children

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Hilaria Baldwin and the Strange Allure of Celebrity Fertility – The New York Times

This supermom ideal began to emerge in celebrity media profiles during the 1980s, as part of a post-second wave feminist push to promote mothers in the work force, said Elizabeth Podnieks, a professor of English at Ryerson University in Canada, whose research focuses on motherhood in popular culture. There was this sense that the celebrity mother was the perfect role model for contemporary women, she said.

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Biblical fertility amulet found by 11-year-old in the Negev – The Jerusalem Post

A child on a family hike in the Negev found a figurine dating back to the biblical period, the Antiquities Authority announced Tuesday. Pottery figurines of bare-breasted women are known from various periods in Israel, including the First Temple era, according to Oren Shmueli and Debbie Ben Ami, IAA curators of the Iron Age and Persian periods.

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COVID-19 vaccine side effects: Can any COVID shots affect fertility? Here is all you need to know – Times Now

COVID-19 vaccine side effects: Can any COVID shots affect fertility? Here is all you need to know&nbsp | &nbspPhoto Credit:&nbspiStock Images New Delhi: The covid-19 pandemic has been challenging for everybody and has highlighted the importance of staying healthy and strengthening our immunity. This also has brought all the brilliant minds from across the world together to develop a shield against the virus.

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