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Reproductive Justice organizations express dismay over Hyde Amendment status

WASHINGTON — Today, the House Appropriations Committee marked up its Labor, Health and Human Services, Education and Related Agencies spending bill for Fiscal Year 2020. This watershed spending bill reflects several progressive policies that matter to women of color. For the first time in more than 20 years, it includes funding to study gun violence and maternal mortality prevention. It removes …

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Renowned Dallas Surgeon, Dr. Rod J. Rohrich Lectures on the Science of Aging at Inaugural International meeting in Monte-Carlo, Monaco

By Dr. Rod J. Rohrich DALLAS, April 23, 2019 — Dallas plastic surgeon and Rhinoplasty Surgeon, Dr. Rod J. Rohrich, an internationally known innovative physician leader and plastic surgeon spoke on the predictable pattern of facial aging in humans based upon his anatomic work facial fat compartments. This inaugural meeting of global experts on the science of aging was held at the Aesthetic and Anti-Aging Medicine …

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Is the world ready for male birth control pills? You may have heard rumors of male birth control in the past, but there’s really only one option on store shelves. That’s the way it’s been for your entire life. And while we don’t have an oral contraceptive pill for men ready to hit the market just yet, researchers have revealed …

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