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 Health Care Bill Throws Women Under the Bus on Reproductive Rights
Health Care Bill Throws Women Under the Bus on Reproductive Rights
Despite the many good elements in the health care bill, it deals a heavy blow to those who hoped that healthcare reform might pass without throwing women -- particularly poor women -- under the bus when it came to reproductive rights. picked by Bornbad 2 years ago
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 Are daughters-in-law to blame for the menopause?
Are daughters-in-law to blame for the menopause?
IT FLIES in the face of natural selection, yet in humans it seems fixed and universal: at around age 50, not far past the midpoint of life, normal healthy women lose their capacity to bear children. Following a decade of gentle winding down, the whole reproductive system screeches to a halt. It is as though, after a few years of wearing bifocals, all women suddenly went blind. picked by bingo 3 years ago
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 Sexes need different dinners, says study
Sexes need different dinners, says study
The wisdom of feeding the man meat has been thrown into question by a study that shows the secret to a long reproductive life in males is carbohydrates. A study suggests it is females who should be pulling out the steak knife to ensure their reproductive fitness. picked by AutumnLotus 3 years ago
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 Baby Powder and Lotion Impairs Male Reproductive Function
Baby Powder and Lotion Impairs Male Reproductive Function
Kind of ironic, don't you think? picked by mahler87 4 years ago
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 Older mothers 'just as capable'
Older mothers 'just as capable'
Women who give birth over the age of 50 are both physically and mentally as "capable" as younger women of being good mothers, a US study has concluded. picked by robfouryqr 5 years ago
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 Abortion saved my life
Abortion saved my life
I'm a mom, and I love my sons more than anything. And it is because I love them that I had an abortion at 20 weeks. picked by plurk 5 months ago
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 Men who use mobile phones face increased risk of infertility
Men who use mobile phones face increased risk of infertility
A new study shows a worrying link between poor sperm and the number of hours a day that a man uses his mobile phone. picked by ROBFOURYQR 5 years ago
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 15 things you didn't know about your "thingy"
15 things you didn't know about your "thingy"
2. Doctors can now grow skin for burn victims using the foreskins of circumcised infants. One foreskin can produce 23,000 square meters, which would be enough to tarp every Major League infield with human flesh.

Click on the link for the remainder... picked by 2manyusernames 5 years ago
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 Guys: Get a ruler and unzip...there's something else to measure
Guys: Get a ruler and unzip...there's something else to measure
Here’s the newest measure of your manhood, fellas: Your “anogenital distance.” And in it may lie en element of your reproductive success. Or failure. picked by Bornbad 5 months ago
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 Muscular bronze stallion with weird human genitalia advertises provincial hotel(careful@work)
Muscular bronze stallion with weird human genitalia advertises provincial hotel(careful@work)
The stallion has a short-cut tail and the well-marked reproductive organ which greatly resembles the one of a man. picked by Bornbad 3 years ago
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 TV Dust Carries Harmful Chemical
TV Dust Carries Harmful Chemical
Dust that covers your television set contains a chemical called flame retardant that interferes with the normal functioning of nervous system and hormonal function, may also harm reproductive organs and was found to cause cancer picked by maxriter 3 years ago
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 Women getting more beautiful, say scientists
Women getting more beautiful, say scientists
The findings have emerged from a series of studies of physical attractiveness and its links to reproductive success in humans. In a study released last week, Markus Jokela, a researcher at the University of Helsinki, found beautiful women had up to 16 per cent more children than less attractive women.

*They're all beautiful. picked by kakana 2 years ago
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 Canada Celebrates 20 Years of Being Pro-Choice
Canada Celebrates 20 Years of Being Pro-Choice
On January 28, 1988, Canadian women were officially granted reproductive freedom. A symposium was held in Toronto to commemorate the Supreme Court's decision, despite death threats directed at the symposium's participants. picked by chinook 4 years ago
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 Trend Watch: Rubbermade Rags
Trend Watch: Rubbermade Rags
Are condoms only menswear? Not according to this fashion show. Earlier this month, a reproductive health and technologies expo in China featured a runway show with models clad in color-coordinated condoms. picked by maxriter 4 years ago
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 "I Have The Gavel, So I Make The Rules"
"I Have The Gavel, So I Make The Rules"
In celebration of Mother’s Day, May 9th, 2010, RH Reality Check is publishing a series of articles on the intersection of motherhood with reproductive and sexual justice. picked by Bornbad 1 year ago
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 6 Surprising Psychology Studies on Relationships
6 Surprising Psychology Studies on Relationships
The speed-dating formula is familiar: women sit at tables around a room, and men move from table to table for a short interaction with each woman. Afterwards, everyone either checks “yes” or “no” to indicate their interest in a second date. Studies of speed-dating align with the fundamental principles of evolutionary psychology: women are much more selective than men when i... read full post picked by sharon22 2 years ago
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 The-Clitoris (NSFW)
The-Clitoris (NSFW)
But not JUST the clitoris. Everything you ever possibly could have wanted to know about vaginas, vulvas, clitorises, female sexual health and pleasure, insecurities, incidence of insecurities and health problems, cultural views and art involving the female reproductive system and all that is related...come to think of it probably more than most of us ever wanted to or even WILL want to know. picked by Ellz 4 years ago
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 Super-Predators: Humans Force Rapid Evolution of Animals
Super-Predators: Humans Force Rapid Evolution of Animals
Acting as super-predators, humans are forcing changes to body size and reproductive abilities in some species 300 percent faster than would occur naturally, a new study finds picked by Bornbad 3 years ago
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 Sexual problems could lead to rhinos' extinction
Sexual problems could lead to rhinos' extinction
Low sperm counts and other reproductive problems are preventing pregnancy among Malaysia's endangered rhinos, a worrying trend that wildlife experts say could hasten its extinction. picked by AutumnLotus 4 years ago
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 When Men Force Women to Get Pregnant Against Their Will
When Men Force Women to Get Pregnant Against Their Will
In a study of young women clients at reproductive health clinics, 15 percent say they've experienced birth-control sabotage; 53 percent say they've been subjected to violence. picked by Bornbad 1 year ago
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