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Articles from Women's Health Activist (July 1, 2009)

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According to a new study, there are grave consequences for women whose healthy ovaries are removed during hysterectomy. 151
Bills, barriers and bias--women's health care stories show need for action on costs and quality. Allina, Amy 1333
Change we can believe in--new developments in access to emergency contraception. Flinn, Susan 745
Don't get burned at your next MRI. Watts, Theresa 237
If you felt your memory wasn't quite at its best while going through "the change," you were right! Brief article 132
Is your clinician prescribing under the influence? 176
Kudos to Atlanta Collective Voice member Toby Sidman! Report 252
Mammography & breast cancer: sometimes what you see is not what you get. Pearson, Cindy 610
Mothers of multiples are 43% more likely to experience moderate or severe postpartum depression and depressive symptoms than are woman who have a singleton birth. Clinical report 160
Nationally, Cesarean section rates have been increasing every year and have increased by more than 50% over the last decade. Brief article 80
New counseling recommendation to prevent STIs. Watts, Theresa 690
On May 31, abortion provider Dr. George Tiller was murdered while attending church in Wichita, Kansas. 92
Pharmaceutical companies are using the popular website www.RealAge.com to target you for marketing. 92
Poison earth, poison woman: making the connection. Ojanen-Goldsmith, Alison 1324
Thanks to the work of breast cancer action, food product manufacturer general mills has committed to making yogurt without the use of recombinant bovine growth hormone (rbgh), which has been linked to cancer. 81
The FDA recently ordered a black box warning to be placed on testosterone gel. 97
The long, hot summer of 2009. Pearson, Cynthia 468
The problem of unapproved and off-label prescriptions. Walden, Rachel 910

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