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US Olympic Fencer Provides Inspiration for First Hijab-Wearing Barbie
After Aggressive Breast Cancer Surgery, Women Miss More Work
Charo Teams Up With Kids Beating Cancer for Public Awareness Campaign

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After Aggressive Breast Cancer Surgery, Women Miss More Work

US Olympic Fencer Provides Inspiration for First Hijab-Wearing Barbie

A new study reveals that patients with breast cancer who received more aggressive treatments were more likely to experience disruptions in employment.

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Did You 'Like' Russian Propaganda? Facebook Will Clue You In

Did You 'Like' Russian Propaganda? Facebook Will Clue You In

By Barbara Ortutay | Nov 24
Facebook says it will show users if they followed or 'liked' Russia propaganda accounts on its service or on Instagram.

The HPV Vaccine: To Vaccinate, or Not to Vaccinate?

The HPV Vaccine: To Vaccinate, or Not to Vaccinate?

Nov 24
Currently, there is a hot debate between those who support the HPV vaccine and those who object it, creating an agonizing dilemma in the minds of parents all over the world.

Equelle Clinically Shown to Ease Menopause Symptoms

Equelle Clinically Shown to Ease Menopause Symptoms

Nov 21
Equelle, a new non-hormonal dietary supplement, has been clinically shown to help ease the symptoms commonly experienced during menopause, such as hot flashes and muscle discomfort.

'True Blood' & 'Queen Sugar' Star Rutina Wesley Comes Out with Engagement Announcement

'True Blood' & 'Queen Sugar' Star Rutina Wesley Comes Out with Engagement Announcement

Nov 21
True Blood" and "Queen Sugar" actress Rutina Wesley revealed this week she's engaged to Chef Rhonda.

Melissa Etheridge Pleads Guilty to Marijuana Possession

Melissa Etheridge Pleads Guilty to Marijuana Possession

Nov 18
Grammy-winning rock singer Melissa Etheridge has pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charge of possessing marijuana in North Dakota.

HRC Chicago Gala Honors Back Lot Bash Founders

HRC Chicago Gala Honors Back Lot Bash Founders

Nov 17
Christina Roberts and Amie Klujian awarded Community Leadership Award for work in bringing awareness to the women LGBTQ community.

Sara Bareilles Stars in 'Women of Notes' at Carnegie Hall

Sara Bareilles Stars in 'Women of Notes' at Carnegie Hall

Nov 16
Grammy and Tony Award-nominated singer-songwriter Sara Bareilles will make special appearances with The New York Pops in "Women of Notes."

U.S. Adults Strongly Support Birth Control Use and Access 

U.S. Adults Strongly Support Birth Control Use and Access 

Nov 15
On November 15, Thanks, Birth Control Day, a new poll shows that more than 85% of all adults agree birth control is an essential part of health care.

Wanda Jackson Releases Autobiography 'Every Night is Saturday Night'

Wanda Jackson Releases Autobiography 'Every Night is Saturday Night'

Nov 14
Legendary rockabilly and country music pioneer Wanda Jackson is giving fans a chance to purchase one-of-a-kind personalized collectibles and memorabilia.

'Weinstein Effect' Goes Global as Powerful Men Confronted

'Weinstein Effect' Goes Global as Powerful Men Confronted

By Aron Heller | Nov 14
Nearly half of the "#metoo" mentions since the movement has been launched have come from outside the U.S., and decades-old accusations have led to the downfall of some of those countries' most powerful men

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