Category Archives: News

Assume doctors are women because ‘most medics will soon be female’

Patients should assume doctors are women because ‘most medics will soon be female’ and the male stereotype is outdated, expert claims Dr Elizabeth Loder, a Harvard University professor, made the suggestion In the British Medical Journal she said women nearly make a majority of medics Assuming doctor is a ‘she’ would ‘expand people’s ideas of… Read More »

IFF to merge with DuPont’s $26.2 billion nutrition unit – CNBC

Dupont corporate headquarters in Wilmington, Delaware. Getty Images International Flavors & Fragrances on Sunday said it will merge with DuPont’s nutrition & biosciences unit in a deal that will create a new consumer giant valued at more than $ 45 billion. Under terms of the agreement, DuPont shareholders will own 55.4% of the shares of… Read More »

Medical News Today: New birth control pill provides contraception for a month

Taking a pill once a month is more convenient than taking one once a day. New research introduces a monthly pill and tests it in pigs. Share on PinterestNew research introduces a monthly birth control pill. Researchers estimate that, with typical use, 9% of women in the United States who take the birth control pill… Read More »

Stop FGM: female genital massacre

The Somalian government should be ashamed of condoning the widespread occurrence of female genital mutilation. According to UNICEF, 98 percent of women from the ages 15 to 49 have undergone FGM in Somalia from 2005 to 2014. As defined by the World Health Organization, FGM is a procedure that removes or injures female genitalia for… Read More »

What you’re not seeing in this photo

Married At First Sight star Martha Kalifatidis is known by her thousands of fans for regularly posting snaps to Instagram of her enviable physique. And now, the television personality, who has a reputation for fearlessly flaunting her Kardashian-like curves, has revealed she has no plans to stop – despite recently gaining six kilograms. While she… Read More »