Month: August 2021

Favorite Running Clothes Brands Right Now, What’s My Job & HR Questions

Hello! This week has flown by and I have a week of marathon training (and Dopey Challenge training) to update you on tomorrow. But first – I received some great questions from other runners/eaters and want to answer them in front of the group [as in… here]. Questions from Aug 27: Do you think the …

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7 Tips for LGBTQ Parents to Help Schools Fight Stigma and Ignorance

By Abbie E. Goldberg, Clark University Many parents want to ensure that their kids are in classrooms where they and their families are respected and embraced. However, as a psychologist and researcher who has studied LGBTQ parents’ relationships with schools for over a decade, I have found that LGBTQ parents often have specific concerns when …

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July Policy Roundup

1. A Proposed Bill Boosts Funding for Women’s Health The U.S. House of Representatives Appropriations Committee released a draft Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies funding bill for fiscal year 2022. The proposed bill includes an additional $55.2 billion for maternal health, mental health, gun violence prevention and opioid abuse. The bill …

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Pregnant or Worried About Infertility? Get Vaccinated Against Covid-19

By Matthew Woodruff, Emory University As the delta variant of SARS-CoV-2 surges across the U.S., almost 1 in 5 Americans continue to resist getting shots that are widely available, safe and effective – particularly for preventing the most severe outcomes of the virus. While people have many different justifications for not getting the shot, one …

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Conversación sobre la salud: Preguntas para su proveedor de servicios médicos sobre enfermedades cardiovasculares

La Dra. Nieca Goldberg hizo la revisiĂłn mĂ©dica de este documento Las enfermedades cardiacas son la causa de muerte más importante para mujeres en Estados Unidos, siendo la razĂłn detrás de 1 de cada 3 muertes. Sin embargo, menos de la mitad de las mujeres reconocen que las enfermedades cardiacas son su asesino más comĂşn. …

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Going Out to Dinner? 6 Restaurant Calorie Bombs You Need to Skip

Okay, so you’re on a diet. But life doesn’t stop. The weekend’s approaching, you have friends and they want dinner. In fact, your group might love to meet up at one restaurant in particular—the one with the amazing salmon, to-die-for appetizer or, of course, chocolate molten lava cake. Meeting up for dinner is like the …

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