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    Self-Care for Women

    Self-Care for Women

    As women, we tend to give our time and our energy to others. As caring mothers, dedicated daughters, and loving spouses, women tend to focus their energy outward. We make sure the kids make it to school on time, we get dinner on the stove, we work hard for our bosses, care for our aging

    • December

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      2016
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    Sexualization Of Women in the US: Part 2

    Sexualization Of Women in the US: Part 2

    What is Rape Culture? Introduced in the 1970’s by feminists, “rape culture” describes a phenomenon in which society blames victims of sexual assault and even normalizes male sexual violence. When society normalizes things like sexual violence it essentially is accepting and creating a rape culture environment, making it harder for victims to feel safe and

    • December

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      2016
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    Is the Sexualization of Women Normalizing of Rape Culture?

    Is the Sexualization of Women Normalizing of Rape Culture?

    The sexualization of women and youth in the United States and other parts of the world is making a bigger impact than we realize. In today’s present generation women and children are still oversexualized, but have we grown to accept this as the norm or are we all starting to realize the negative impacts on

    • September

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      2016
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    HPV 101

    HPV 101

    HPV stands for Human papillomavirus and, according to the World Health Organization (WHO), is the most common viral infection associated with the human reproductive tract. There are more than 100 types of human papillomavirus and statistics have demonstrated that as many as three out of four people will have one of them at some point

    • September

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      2016
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    The Ongoing Struggle for Maternity Leave in the United States

    The Ongoing Struggle for Maternity Leave in the United States

    Before we, as a nation, can truly say that equal human rights are honored and exercised, several hurdles must be overcome. Among those hurdles is enacting a policy for paid maternity leave. The United States is the only advanced country that does not guarantee paid maternity leave to workers, and the battle for such has

    • July

      8

      2016
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    Close the Door to Bacteria Downstairs

    Close the Door to Bacteria Downstairs

    Our bodies are bombarded by bacteria on a routine basis. Likewise, the vaginal area is no stranger to bacteria, good or bad. Normally, the good bacteria keep the bad bacteria in check, but when the bad bacteria escalate, it could be indicative of a yeast infection, bacterial infection, or a urinary tract infection (UTI). Each

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