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The doctor has been taught to be interested not in health but in disease. What the public is taught is that health is the cure for disease.
By Mindy on January 3, 2012
New study shows it is not as easy as calories in =/= calories out for people trying to maintain long term weight loss.
By Chally on December 20, 2011
A teen performing groundbreaking cancer research and a new machine manufacturing affordable sanitary napkins in rural India, oh my!
By Mindy on December 16, 2011
15 interesting things.
By tigtog on November 29, 2011
When skeptics start questioning the scientific basis for the Burzynski Clinic’s highly expensive “antineoplaston” cancer therapy, that’s the time that you are supposed to offer proof of therapeutic benefit. Issuing threats instead tends to make it look like the Burzynski Clinic just doesn’t have any proofs to offer.
By Mindy on November 14, 2011
Do fat dads lead to fat kids?
By Jo Tamar on October 19, 2011
Tests show GSK’s malaria vaccine just might work!
By Chally on September 20, 2011
From the press release: Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Dr Gro Brundtland and Mary Robinson will draw global attention to the neglected issue of child marriage during the United Nations General Assembly week in New York, 19-23 September. [...] Each year, an estimated 10 million girls are married worldwide before the age of 18. That’s more than […]
Posted in gender & feminism, health, medicine | Tagged birth, birthing, children, children's rights, girls, marriage, pregnancy, reproduction, reproductive choice, reproductive freedoms, reproductive justice, reproductive justice, reproductive rights, young mothers | 4 Responses
By tigtog on July 21, 2011
Putting her appearance ahead of her health actually seems the most sensible option? This choice is something she feels presents her in a favourably prudential light as a candidate for high office of any sort, let alone for the presidency?
By Mindy on July 7, 2011
Don’t let lack of qualifications in the field get in the way of some good old fashioned fat phobia!
By Mary on July 1, 2011
Trigger warning for medical and sexual violence.
Graeme Reeves has been convicted of indecent assault of two patients and maliciously inflicting grievous bodily harm on another, and sentenced. Survivor Carolyn DeWaegeneire condemns his sentence.
By Lauredhel on June 6, 2011
Cancer doctors are on a collision course with a Catholic health organisation over new religion-based rules which prohibit them recommending contraception to patients taking a drug derived from thalidomide, which can cause severe birth defects.
By tigtog on May 24, 2011
I’ve also been waiting for one single news story on the matter to point out that it’s not just the soldiers at risk, it’s also the sexual partners of every single one of those soldiers over the last 9 months, some of whom may end up infected when that could so easily have been avoided by timely notification. So far I’ve seen nothing even mentioning the possibility.