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[3/12/2013] Stereotyping prime obstacle to women in commercial science

[3/8/2013] New book celebrates women scientists in the Americas

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[2/28/2013] Programs for Training in Biotechnology and Training Women in Bio...

[2/22/2013] Biofeedback Headband Lets Pregnant Women Prevent Migraines and TM...

[2/19/2013] Genetic signs of alcoholism in women studied for the first time

[2/16/2013] The Elsevier Foundation, TWAS, and OWSD Honor Early Career Women ...

[2/11/2013] African-American, Caucasian women should take identical vitamin D...

[2/11/2013] Cancer risk for African-American women with benign breast disease...

[2/8/2013] Few pregnant women treated for sexually transmitted infections

[2/5/2013] Geneviève Almouzni to receive the 2013 FEBS | EMBO Women in...

[1/24/2013] Abuse during childhood linked to uterine fibroids in African-Amer...

[1/23/2013] Women must do more to reap same positive health outcomes as men, ...

[1/17/2013] Vaginal delivery is the safest option for women with pelvic girdl...

[1/3/2013] Scientists pinpoint molecular signals that make some women prone ...

[12/26/2012] Virtual women reveal more skin, regardless of body proportions

[12/10/2012] Overweight pregnant women not getting proper weight-gain advice

[12/7/2012] Abuse during childhood linked to adult-onset asthma in African-Am...

[12/6/2012] Eating fewer, larger meals may prove healthier for obese women

[12/4/2012] Predicting the age at menopause of women having suffered from chi...


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