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*  Abortion Severly Damages Women's Health in Russia (2/03) | Physicians for Life
Abortion Severly Damages Women's Health in RussiaMoscow, Russia -- Katya Esipova says she never liked to take chances on her ... The Health Ministry reports that for every live birth there are 1.7 abortions, compared with more than three births for every ... Russian women came to view abortion as a routine procedure, doctors say, comparable almost to a tooth extraction. A study in ... Abortion Severly Damages Women's Health in Russia (2/03). by APFLI , Feb 1, 2003 , Abortion - Archive , 0 comments ...
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*  RealChoice: Would More Women Die if Roe Fell?
Dr. Frederick Taussig. The original source was a book -- Abortion, Spontaneous and Induced -- published in 1936 by Dr. ... Taussig calculated an urban abortion rate based on records of a New York City birth control clinic, and a rural abortion rate ... In times of stress, people tend to run on autopilot, so a woman who has heard nothing for years but "You'll have no choice but ... The truth, though, is that everything is already in place to prevent any woman from ever dying from a botched abortion ever ...
  http://realchoice.blogspot.com/2013/06/would-more-women-die-if-roe-fell.html
*  Bisphenol A Implicated in Breast and Prostate Cancer: 'Ban It Now,' Urges Dr. Kathleen T. Ruddy
In essence, we are all taking a miniature birth control pill every time we bump into BPA - which is all the time. The Canadians ... and I hope that men will join the army of women who want BPA out of the environment, not later when policy-makers and politicos ... According to Dr. Ruddy, Bisphenol A or BPA is the 'smoking gun' linking breast and prostate cancer. Two million tons of BPA are ... Dr. Kathleen T. Ruddy, a breast cancer surgeon and the founder of the Breast Health and Healing Foundation, has been in the ...
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*  Helena Rosa Wright - Wikipedia
... which had been opposed to her views that women should receive birth control advice from trained nurses rather than doctors. ... He married an English woman, Alice Evans in 1884. Helena was born in Tulse Hill, Brixton. Soon after her birth, the family were ... By 1931 there were at least five independent birth control clinics in the UK. The National Birth Rate Commission noted that ... the first medical school in Britain to include lectures in contraception for trainee doctors. The numbers of women pursuing the ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Helena_Rosa_Wright
*  EXCHANGE: Silver Model T once carried coeds across America - Washington Times
... before 1937 took the women to Canada to see the Dionne quintuplets, where they also had a rare meeting with the doctor who ... birthed the quints, who were a worldwide sensation.. The 1938 trip to Devil's Lake led them to Dearborn, Michigan, where Henry ... The year 1936 saw another trip to Devil's Lake as well as Michigan, ...
  https://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2017/jun/3/exchange-silver-model-t-once-carried-coeds-across-/
*  Reunion (1936 film) - Wikipedia
After Dr. Luke's nephew Tony arrives from Tennessee to take Dr. Luke's position, Tony receives a call from a woman in Toronto. ... Newspapers around the world proclaim the birth of the 3,000th baby in Moosetown, Canada, who was delivered by Dr. John Luke, ... When Dr. Luke makes Tony admit that an older woman has made a fool of him, Gloria overhears and leaves in an agitated state. ... Dr. Richard Sheridan and his wife Gloria then arrive from Toronto, and Gloria (the woman who called Tony) tells him that she ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reunion_(1936_film)
*  Justyna Budzińska-Tylicka - Wikipedia
... opening the first birth control clinic in Poland and another was the founding of the Association of Polish Female Physicians. ... She was one of the first women physicians to work in girl's education. Between 1910 and 1912, she participated in hygiene ... Active in the women's movement and the push for expansion of women's rights, she later served on the Warsaw City Council and ... In 1925-1926, she founded the Association of Polish Female Physicians Polish: Zrzeszenie Lekarek Polskich) and became its vice ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Justyna_Budzi%C5%84ska-Tylicka
*  Charlotte Douglas (physician) - Wikipedia
Early in her career Douglas worked as a house physician at Glasgow Royal Maternity and Women's Hospital and house surgeon at ... A drop in maternal mortality was recorded from 4.8 per 1,000 births in 1937 to 3.0 per 1,000 births in 1944. Douglas was a ... The Act required that any women could make application for the joint services of a physician and midwife throughout her ... As a result, there was a 1,000% increase in the number of hospital beds available to pregnant women, increasing from 300 in ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charlotte_Douglas_(physician)
*  Physical Culture Magazine
Mixing Romance with Health Building; Women Have Found Wings; I Had Syphilis and Doctors Didn't Know It; Three Against Fate; ... That Tired Feeling: the Principle Cause; Is "Safe Period" Birth Control Unsafe?; Taking Down Your High Blood Pressure; I'm ... Holland Physicians Condemn Vaccination; Editorial by Bernarr Macfadden; Prolonging Your Life; Childbirth Made Easy and Safe; ... The Season of Non-resistance; Woman's Rights; Painted and Powdered Beauties; A Matrimonial Training School; Our Coast to Coast ...
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*  Health bulletin :: State Publications
About 12 per cent to 14 per cent of the white women are also attended solely by mid-wives at the time of child birth. This ... "The value of an in-dividual to the State is more often than not dependent upon the manner and the nature of its birth."-Dr. ... About 12 per cent to 14 per cent of the white women are also attended solely by mid-wives at the time of child birth. This ... "The value of an in-dividual to the State is more often than not dependent upon the manner and the nature of its birth."-Dr. ...
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*  Hilda Crosby Standish - Wikipedia
Dr. Standish was inducted into the Connecticut Women's Hall of Fame in 1994. Hilda Crosby was born to Julia and Albert ... Due to an 1879 statute, it was illegal to operate a birth control clinic or to disseminate information about birth control in ... Dr. Standish interned at Philadelphia General Hospital and served a one-year residency at the St. Louis Maternity Hospital in ... Hilda Crosby Standish (1902 - June 1, 2005) was a pioneer in the birth control movement in the state of Connecticut. In 1935, ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hilda_Crosby_Standish
*  History of condoms - Wikipedia
A survey of British women between 1966 and 1970 found that the condom was the most popular birth control method with single ... They were condemned by many moralists and medical professionals, including America's first female doctor Elizabeth Blackwell. ... The birth control pill became the world's most popular method of birth control in the years after its 1960 debut, but condoms ... However, these societies viewed birth control as a woman's responsibility, and the only well-documented contraception methods ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_condoms
*  Banned From Baby Showers: 2008
Birth matters! It is a doctor's way of dismissing women's valid requests for good health care and respectful, positive births. ... Birth took place at home. Birth was a social event with other women present to help the laboring mother. Nearly all births were ... And here's the kicker: Only 1% of women give birth at home. Why do the doctors care so much?. ACOG wants to interfere with the ... We need doctors trained in this type of surgery. But when a woman wants a natural, unmedicated birth, she should go to a ...
  http://banned-from-baby-showers.blogspot.com/2008/
*  Progesterone, can we use that name?
... read it with enthusiasm and began to request Premarin from their Physicians because of the claims that women would not lose the ... Birth Control Pills'. ... Physician's Desk Reference).. Well the truth is we are not ... Also in the Nurses' Health Study, the older a woman was the higher the risk. Women between the ages of 60 and 64 who had been ... Home ¦ Contact Dr Helen ¦ Natural Hormone Comparison Chart ¦ Helen Pensanti M.D. Products. Copyright Statement ¦ Privacy ...
  http://www.askdrhelen.com/bioidentical/medicalarchive/progesterone_can_we_use_that_name.html
*  Mary Astor - Wikipedia
That year, she starred as Nancy Gibson in Smart Woman, playing a woman determined to retrieve her husband from a gold-digging ... Dr. Franklyn Thorpe divorced Astor in April 1935[2] and a custody battle resulted over their four-year-old daughter, Marylyn.[8 ... Astor was expecting a baby in August, but gave birth in June in Honolulu. The child, a daughter, was named Marylyn Hauoli ... In 1933, she appeared as the female lead, Hilda Lake, niece of the murder victims, in The Kennel Murder Case, co-starring with ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mary_Astor
*  Dr. F. R. Klenner and Vitamin C
Given supplemental ascorbate, not merely from birth but also all throughout gestation, Klenner's uniformly healthy, trouble- ... Annie would be only the second woman in the school's history to graduate with a bachelor of science degree. Klenner received ... And even if he couldn't pay and still needed a doctor, Dr. Klenner would be there, making house calls no matter the hour." (16 ... Dr. Klenner's immensely valuable work is his legacy. Linus Pauling said, "The early papers by Dr. Fred R. Klenner provide much ...
  http://www.doctoryourself.com/klennerbio.html
*  Joseph DeLee - Wikipedia
... urban women were increasingly likely to choose a hospital birth attended by a physician rather than a traditional home birth ... physicians were asserting their superiority over non-physician birth attendants, and mechanical interventions in obstetrics set ... Shorter, Edward (1991). Women's Bodies: A Social History of Women's Encounter With Health, Ill-Health, and Medicine. ... A young woman named Beatrice Tucker came to Lying-In to complete her residency in 1929. Three years later, DeLee named Tucker ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joseph_DeLee
*  Dick Jones (actor) - Wikipedia
Smith Goes to Washington (1939) as Richard "Dickie" Jones, Senate Page Boy (uncredited) Woman Doctor (1939) Pinocchio (1940) ... The Los Angeles Times, in its story on Jones's death in July 2014 gives his place of birth as McKinney in Collin County in the ... 1936) 36 Hours to Kill (1936) Black Legion (1937) as Buddy Taylor Mr. ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dick_Jones_(actor)
*  Evalyn Knapp - Wikipedia
Dr Snyder gave her a yacht as a wedding gift and she became one of Hollywood's leading yachtswomen and a big game fisher woman ... this also supports the 1906 birth year. However the Social Security Death Index info (above) is more dispositive of the matter ... Her brother was married to film actress Gloria Grafton (1909-1994). She married a physician, Dr. George A. Snyder, in 1934. ... She was the younger sister of the orchestra leader Orville Knapp (1904-1936). Knapp was born in 1906 in Kansas City, Missouri, ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Evalyn_Knapp
*  Miles Mander - Wikipedia
Doctors' Women (USA), Dr. Monnier und die Frauen (Germany), and Women of Paris (USA) The First Born (1928) .... Sir Hugo ... Gentleman by Birth, 1933 Sir Geoffrey Le Mesurier Mander (ed), The History of Mander Brothers, Wolverhampton. 1955 C. Nicholas ... That Hamilton Woman (1941) .... Lord Keith ... a.k.a. Lady Hamilton (UK) They Met in Bombay (1941) (uncredited) .... Doctor Dr ... title The Woman Decides Fascination (1931) Youthful Folly (1934) The Morals of Marcus (1935) The Flying Doctor (1936) Lovers in ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Miles_Mander
*  Hospital - Conservapedia
About 21,000 women served in Union hospitals. One in ten was black; they worked as laundresses and cooks (rather than as nurses ... However, as doctors became aware of the problematic spread of bacteria and germs, they realized they could not create a sterile ... pain-free births, and excellent, professional attention from nurses.[10] ... Before 1920, many women of all social classes delivered their babies at home. This continued into the 1940s in the rural South ...
  https://www.conservapedia.com/index.php?title=Hospital
*  Dorothea Palmer - Wikipedia
"Doctors weren't allowed to prescribe birth control themselves. If they found a damn fool woman to do it, well okay. That's the ... Among them were Dr. Brock Chisholm, Mary Elizabeth Hawkins, founder of the Hamilton Birth Control Society, and Reverend Dr. C.E ... Birth Control or Red Regime': Toronto, Eugenics and the Eastview Birth Control Trial," MA Thesis: Queen's University, 2011. " ... a nod to the woman who co-founded the first birth control clinic in Britain. Although contraception was not fully legalized in ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dorothea_Palmer
*  Bessie Moses - Wikipedia
Bessie Louise Moses, M.D. (1893-1965) was a U.S. gynecologist and obstetrician who advocated birth control practices for women ... Lucille Liberless Letter About Dr. Moses Personal Life, Not Dated, Planned Parenthood Collection, University of Baltimore ... In 1991, she was posthumously added to the Maryland Women's Hall of Fame. "Bessie Moses, M.D. (1893-1965)". Maryland Women's ... Birth Control: Confidential Hearing before the Subcommittee of the Committee on the Judiciary. 72nd Cong., 1st sess., June 24 ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bessie_Moses
*  History of abortion - Wikipedia
In this case she argued that doctors should give free information about birth control to women that wanted to know about it. ... "Dr. Monroe's French Periodical Pills" and "Dr. Melveau's Portuguese Female Pills" were "sure to produce a miscarriage".[4] F.E ... "American Women. Library of Congress. 2001. Retrieved 2008-12-11.. *^ McLaren, Angus (1978). "Birth control and abortion in ... Koblitz, Ann Hibner (2014). Sex and Herbs and Birth Control: Women and Fertility Regulation Through the Ages. Kovalevskaia Fund ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_abortion
*  Popular Articles & Stories for May 12, 1992 - latimes
Babies Behind Bars : In 3 New York prisons, inmates who give birth may keep their babies with them. Dr. Spock endorsed the idea ... PLATFORM : Build Alliances ANGELA E. OH, ANGELA E. OH, a criminal defense attorney in Los Angeles, is president of Women's ... Woman is Slain, Man Wounded. *. Roberti Backers Ask State to Investigate His Opponent : Politics: They say Carol Rowen may have ... Woman Held in Slaying of Her 3 Children, Husband in Long Beach BETTINA BOXALL and ROXANA KOPETMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITERS. ...
  http://articles.latimes.com/1992/may/12