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Magazine articles of special interest to women.
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Science News
January 25, 2003
Kendall Morgan
Curbing Cancer? Low-Fat Diet During Adolescence Cuts Hormones, Possibly Breast Cancer Risk Cutting back on cheeseburgers and French fries could spare girls more than extra pounds. A low-fat diet also reduces young girls' sex hormone concentrations, a new study finds. The adolescent drop in hormones that are known to spur breast cancer in adults might stave off the disease later in life. mark for My Articles 944 similar articles
January 23, 2003
Pete Sisco
Work Out With Your Woman Here is the real magic bullet that women are missing by staying on the aerobic mats instead of pumping iron: Body transformation through new muscle growth. mark for My Articles 681 similar articles
January 17, 2003
John George
My disappearing daughter I watched my confident teenager head off to college. A few months later, I greeted a fragile, frightened apparition -- 35 pounds thinner than when she'd left. A story of anorexia, guilt and understanding. mark for My Articles 63 similar articles
Fast Company
February 2003
Anne Kreamer
Want to Know How She Does It? The author exchanges email with Allison Pearson, author of the best-selling novel I Don't Know How She Does It. mark for My Articles 8 similar articles
Registered Rep.
January 1, 2003
Will Leitch
A Reign of Terror Against Women The topic of sex discrimination at brokerage houses is a sensitive one in the industry. While many would like to think it's an ancient issue, sexual misconduct remains a powerful thorn in the industry's side. mark for My Articles 33 similar articles
U.S. Banker
January 2003
Matthew DePaula
How Long Will Women Have to Wait? Women dominate the front lines of the financial industry, making up a majority of the employees. And yes, there are a lot of sharp women execs out there. But it's far more lonely at the top. Glass ceiling or slow going? mark for My Articles 204 similar articles
American Family Physician
December 15, 2002
Lecia M. Apantaku
Breast-Conserving Surgery for Breast Cancer Surgical treatment of breast cancer has changed significantly in recent years. The preferred method of treatment for many women with early breast cancer is conservative surgical therapy. mark for My Articles 683 similar articles
American Family Physician
December 15, 2002
Breast-Conserving Surgery What is breast-conserving surgery?... How does my doctor know if my lump is cancer?... Why does my doctor check my lymph nodes?... What if I cannot have breast-conserving surgery?... mark for My Articles 722 similar articles
American Family Physician
December 15, 2002
Randhawa & Fink
Screening for Breast Cancer A case study and question-and-answer group on screening for breast cancer, based on the recommendations of the current U.S. Preventive Services Task Force mark for My Articles 963 similar articles
December 17, 2002
Lindsay McNutt
The Glass Ceiling: It can't be shattered if it doesn't exist Women who boast the pride of their feminist views are fast to use the glass ceiling or gender gap idea in order to explain why they can't get jobs or move ahead based on their own personal merit. The glass ceiling and gender gap ideas can not ever be tried theories because they do not exist. mark for My Articles 155 similar articles
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