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Updated on January 18, 2022 by healthlines
Even in 2022 there is limited education on menopause. This is really sad, because it can lead to women suffering unnecessarily. The history of misogyny in medicine goes way, way back. Cervical cancer (HPV) control: the recommended set of… Read More
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Updated on July 28, 2021 by healthlines
Should the government pay people to get the shots? Some economists and politicians think it might be necessary. Others say it could backfire. But while the additional money may impede recruitment for workers in low-wage jobs, who might be able… Read More