Today’s Solutions: July 21, 2024

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Jumping for joy: is jumping good or bad for bone health?

Even though osteoporosis can affect anyone, women are particularly at risk. In fact,  80 percent of all Americans with osteoporosis are women. With such shocking figures, it's evident that bone health is a top responsibility for everyone, especially women. But what if we told you that leaping, yes Read More...

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Canada's landmark move toward free contraception

On Saturday, March 30th, in a historic step toward improving women's health, Canada unveiled a breakthrough effort to provide free contraception to all women of reproductive age. During a press conference in Toronto, Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland emphasized the government's commitment to Read More...

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California is a crucial lifeline for medical residents seeking abortion training

In recent years, as states grapple with tightening abortion restrictions, medical residents seeking comprehensive training in reproductive medicine have faced significant hurdles. However, California has emerged as a haven, providing a critical lifeline that helps overcome the training Read More...

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A new era in STI testing: a tampon developed by a British firm identifies infection

Daye, a forward-thinking gynecological health firm, pioneered a novel way for sexually transmitted infection (STI) testing. Their groundbreaking STI diagnostic tampon, which includes a polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test, is set to change the way women think about their sexual health. It is Read More...

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Mexico's bold step forward: The Supreme Court decriminalizes abortion nationwide

The Supreme Court of Mexico decriminalized abortion on a federal level in a landmark ruling, marking a crucial milestone in the global campaign for reproductive rights. The court's decision, which was verified in a social media statement on September 6, demonstrates a commitment to protecting the Read More...

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The Senate is on the verge of enacting new protections for pregnant workers

After 10 years of effort, the Pregnant Workers Fairness Act (PWFA), which would mandate reasonable workplace accommodations to allow pregnant workers to safely work, is likely to pass. The Senate voted 73-24 to add it as an amendment to the must-pass omnibus government spending measure, and the Read More...

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Scientists improve cervical cancer prediction with new test

Great news! A more accurate test for cell changes that can lead to cervical cancer has just been developed by scientists. The groundbreaking test can also detect DNA markers for some other common cancers, implying that it could be used as a predictive test for breast, womb, cervical, and ovarian Read More...

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Education and contraceptives most effective in reducing abortion rates

The Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v Wade, a 50-year-old ruling that the Constitution of the United States would protect the rights of a pregnant person's liberty to safe and legal abortion, will undoubtedly have a strong ripple effect that expands outside the nation of the US. In Read More...

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Women’s health news: Spain to introduce 3-day “menstrual leave”

While some governments seek to limit women's access to safe abortions, there are some in the developed world aiming to do just the opposite and even go a step or two further. The Spanish government is poised to approve proposed legislation that will allow women who suffer from severe period Read More...

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These US companies have expanded their abortion benefits to support employees

If the 1973 Roe v. Wade ruling is overturned by the US Supreme Court, which is what the draft opinion that was leaked to news outlet Politico on May 2nd suggests, the person’s right to an abortion would no longer be protected by the US constitution. This means that issues related to abortion Read More...