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Monday Monitor: May 2, 2016

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Contact: M’Evie Mead, 314-531-7526 x348, mevie.mead@ppmissouri.org

Shame on Schaefer Continues — In Person!

After a public “meet and greet” event hosted by the Mizzou College Republicans with… 398 more words

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Training Health Professionals to Reduce Violence against Women -The Ananya Project

Authors- Prof. Surekha Tayade, Prof. Judy Lewis

The Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences, Sewagram, Wardha, India organized a one-day training workshop for health care professionals working in the field of women’s health to increase awareness and examine the skills and strategies to address violence against women (VAW).     742 more words

Reproductive Health

#StartAsking National Infertility Awareness Week

There was a time when I thought I’d never hold this tiny hand in my own.  I was beaten down by fertility treatments that weren’t working, a body in chronic pain from endometriosis, and a mental state that was fragile from disappointment and hormone therapy.  426 more words


Waiting & moving forward

By Christmas we had scrimped and saved up enough money for our first IUI, plus a little. We had also started packing for a move to a new town. 397 more words


Central Queensland Hospital v Q: Access to abortion in Queensland and children’s ability to consent to medical treatment

The decision in Central Queensland Hospital and Health Service v Q raises interesting issues in relation to the criminalization of abortion in Queensland and children’s ability to consent to medical treatment. 948 more words


Check Yo Self: STD Awareness Month

originally posted on my other site: http://www.mistressofinfo.wordpress.com

Guess what month it is? Time to get yourself checked. April is STD Awareness Month. Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STD) also known as Sexually Transmitted Infections (STI) are the icky things that like to attack your genitals and may become a hindrance to a fulfilling sex life if left untreated. 524 more words