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Magazine articles of special interest to women.
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May 18, 2005
Carey Roberts
VAWA Law Polarizes the Sexes, Weakens the Family The Violence Against Women Act represents a frontal assault on both fatherhood and on the integrity of the traditional family. mark for My Articles 215 similar articles
The Motley Fool
May 17, 2005
Selena Maranjian
Why Women Are Worried The National Women's 2005 Retirement Survey found that many women are behind in retirement planning. But they can turn things around. mark for My Articles 1558 similar articles
American Family Physician
May 15, 2005
Briscoe et al.
Management of Pregnancy Beyond 40 Weeks' Gestation Maternal and fetal risks increase with gestational age, but the management of otherwise low-risk prolonged pregnancies is controversial. mark for My Articles 132 similar articles
May 2005
Ronald Bailey
Aborting Plan B Barr Pharmaceuticals wants to offer its emergency contraceptive levonorgestrel, marketed as Plan B, over the counter rather than by prescription. The FDA delayed an anticipated decision on the issue indefinitely, adding another chapter to a long and heavily politicized debate. mark for My Articles 525 similar articles
May 2005
Julian Sanchez
Data If Roe v. Wade were reversed tomorrow, what would America look like? mark for My Articles 87 similar articles
Reactive Reports
Apr/May 2005
David Bradley
Of Mice and Women Mice lacking a molecule usually found on the surface of cells in the womb have fertility problems, according to a study by researchers. mark for My Articles 54 similar articles
May 23, 2005
Catherine Arnst
If It Works for Breast Cancer... Studies are under way to see if promising strategies used against breast cancer can be used to fight other killers, such as lung, colon, and prostate cancer. mark for My Articles 1613 similar articles
Fast Company
June 2005
Linda Tischler
Brenda's Back. Others Won't Be So Lucky. New data says that women who drop out of the workforce, even for a relatively short period of time, pay a steep career and financial price. mark for My Articles 27 similar articles
Aviation History
Laurel M. Sheppard
Jerrie Mock: Record-Breaking Aviatrix In 1964, an Ohio woman took up the challenge that led to Amelia Earhart's disappearance, and become the first woman to fly around the world solo. She later chronicled her adventures in the book "Three-eight Charlie." mark for My Articles 38 similar articles
May 11, 2005
Carey Roberts
Whatever Happened to Sugar and Spice and Everything Nice? The feminist movement in the U.S. has turned out to be a Trojan Horse that caters to women's sense of privilege, preference, and power. This ideology has now ended up reinforcing the worst stereotypes about vindictive women who can't rein in their own emotions. mark for My Articles 45 similar articles
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