Whole Woman's Health Caught Up in Anti-Abortion Turf War – Austin Chronicle

Amy Hagstrom Miller at Whole Woman’s Health (Photo by Jana Birchum) After 16 years as a trusted local abortion care provider on North I-35 and Highway 183, Whole Woman’s Health is moving – but not with much choice. Even though the clinic and its founder, Amy Hagstrom Miller, successfully challenged provisions of 2013’s anti-choice House… Read More

TriStar Health Opens Centennial Women's Group in Brentwood – Williamson Source

TriStar Health is pleased to announce the opening of Centennial Women’s Group. The 11-member OB-GYN physician practice is fully dedicated to offering women convenient access to high-quality gynecology and reproductive health services, as well as pre-natal care and delivery. TriStar Health has offices conveniently located throughout the region, including in Brentwood at TriStar Medical Group,… Read More

WATCH: Shocking Video Shows Woman 8 Months Pregnant About to Abort Her Healthy Baby – LifeNews.com

In a shocking new video, a woman posed as a 25 week pregnant abortion patient and scheduled an abortion at a Colorado abortion clinic that is one of the few in the nation to do abortions up to birth. During the video, the woman who posed as an abortion customer has a conversation with another… Read More

'Social media is failing women' says Director of Amnesty UK – HELLO! Magazine

Kate Allen speaks exclusively to HELLO! February 20, 2019 – 10:03 GMT hellomagazine.com Kate Allen, Director of Amensty UK, speaks exclusively HELLO! on social media and the responsibility these companies should be taking We take social media for granted – chances are, you check yours countless times throughout the day. But there’s a dark side… Read More

Mothers who abandon babies should have a rethink- Babandede – Vanguard

By Evelyn Usman Wife of the Comptroller-General of Immigration  Service and President, Immigration Officers Wives Association, IMMOWA, Mrs  Gaudatu Babandede has frowned at activities of some women who abandon their new born babies to die, calling on them  to have a rethink. President, Immigration Officers Wives Association, IMMOWA, Mrs Gaudatu Babandede and other women during… Read More

Windsor women's charity benefits big from Shoppers Growing Women's Health campaign – Windsor Star

Remy Boulbol, left, Dr. Matthew Thibert, Rich Morel, Christine Lucier, and Olivia Brezeanu, right, celebrate the $18,947 donation from Shoppers LOVE YOU program to Windsor Women Working With Immigrant Women Wednesday. The Windsor Women Working With Immigrant Women (WWWWIW) was one of a few charity organizations in the city chosen by Shoppers Drug Mart to… Read More

HCA Houston Healthcare opens Women's Care Center in east Houston – insidedp.com

HCA Houston Healthcare Southeast, formerly Bayshore Medical Center, celebrated the opening of its third Women’s Care Center with a ribbon cutting ceremony on Feb. 13. The clinic offers a variety of services, including prenatal and postnatal care, well women exams, colposcopies, and more, via certified nurse midwives. Photo provided by HCA Houston Healthcare. HCA Houston… Read More

Maine DHHS increases nutrition assistance payments – PenBayPilot.com

The Maine Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) presented two updates Feb. 20 relating to the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) aimed at supporting working families, it said in a news release. Beginning March 1, DHHS will increase a supplemental benefit for low-income working families. The supplement will more than triple from $15 to… Read More

Newbury Park Station: Emergency Services called to reports that a person is under train | Latest Ilford News – Ilford Recorder

PUBLISHED: 19:00 20 February 2019 | UPDATED: 20:00 20 February 2019 April Roach & Aaron Walawalkar Emergency services were called to a medical incident at Newbury Park Station on Wednesday, February 20. Archant A woman has died after being struck by a train at Newbury Park Station. Email this article to a friend To send… Read More

St George Hospital kickstarts recruitment drive for world-first study of its kind into hypertension in pregnancy – St George and Sutherland Shire Leader

Innovative study: Cronulla mum Kelly Griffith with her baby Isabella, and St George Hospital’s nurse unit manager of the special care nursery, Kate Ossman. Isabella was born six weeks premature. Mrs Griffith, who had pre-eclampsia, is participating in a study that observes how hypertension during pregnancy affects health outcomes. A world-first study launched at St… Read More

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