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Clinton Seeks Women Leaders to ‘Tackle Our Biggest Problems’ – Bloomberg

Bloomberg Clinton Seeks Women Leaders to 'Tackle Our Biggest Problems'BloombergBy Nicole Gaouette – Fri Dec 16 05:01:51 GMT 2011 US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton addresses the Women In Public Service Project at the Department of State in Washington, DC. US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton addresses the Women In Public …Africa: State Department Initiative [...]

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Brazil Women More Ambitious Than US – BusinessWeek

Brazil Women More Ambitious Than USBusinessWeek15 (Bloomberg) — Brazilian women are more ambitious than their US counterparts and aim to attain top jobs, a report by the Center for Work-Life Policy shows. At least 80 percent of college-educated Brazilian women aspire to top-level positions, …Educated Women Are the Key to Brazil's Talent Crunch, Finds New [...]

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Illinois makes NCAA women’s volleyball final for first time – Chicago Sun-Times

Los Angeles Times Illinois makes NCAA women's volleyball final for first timeChicago Sun-Times(AP Photo/Darren Abate) SAN ANTONIO — Senior outside hitter Colleen Ward of Naperville had 27 kills and Illinois advanced to its first championship match in school history, upsetting USC in five sets in the NCAA women's volleyball semifinals Thursday …UCLA wins, USC loses [...]

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Women’s Fertility Problems Linked to Higher Heart Disease Risk – Fox News

Women's Fertility Problems Linked to Higher Heart Disease RiskFox NewsPass it on: Women who have trouble getting pregnant may also be at a higher risk of heart disease. Women who have a difficult time getting pregnant are at a higher risk of developing heart disease, a recent study suggests. Researchers found women who …

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Eye injuries down in women’s lacrosse – Reuters

Eye injuries down in women's lacrosseReuters"It's just a shame that it took so long" to become mandated for women's lacrosse, he added. Men's lacrosse, which is considered a collision sport, introduced eye gear before the women's game, which is a non-contact sport. Dankner told Reuters Health …

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Obama administration jeopardizes women’s health due to Pro-Life rules – National Right to Life News

National Right to Life News Obama administration jeopardizes women's health due to Pro-Life rulesNational Right to Life NewsBy John Seago, Legislative Director, Texas Right to Life On Monday, December 12th, the Obama Administration's Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services refused to renew funding for Texas' Women's Health Program because of new state rules that disqualify [...]

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CDC: 1 in 4 women assaulted by partner – The Seattle Times

RedOrbit CDC: 1 in 4 women assaulted by partnerThe Seattle TimesNearly one-fifth of US women have been the victim of a sexual assault at some time in their lives, according to new federal data released Wednesday. By Rob Stein "The CDC has been populated with feminists by the Obama administration." . …Nearly 1 in 5 [...]

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UN Denounces ‘Privatization’ of Violence Against Somali Women – Voice of America

UN News Centre UN Denounces 'Privatization' of Violence Against Somali WomenVoice of AmericaDecember 16, 2011 UN Denounces 'Privatization' of Violence Against Somali Women Cathy Majtenyi | Nairobi The United Nations' Special Rapporteur on Violence Against Women Rashida Manjoo spoke to reporters in Nairobi Friday about her just-concluded …Nigeria: 16 Days Activism On Violence Against WomenSomalia: [...]

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Women at Pittsfield forum outline challenges – Berkshire Eagle

Women at Pittsfield forum outline challengesBerkshire EagleBy Tony Dobrowolski, Berkshire Eagle Staff, Amy Binette Wolfe, the incoming chairwoman for the Berkshire County Commission on the Status of Women, listens Thursday to a forum in Pittsfield that presented for local legislators the various issues women …

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Men Think They’re Hot – and It Works – Fox News

IBNLive.com Men Think They're Hot – and It WorksFox NewsA new study found that men tend to overestimate how attractive they are to women, while women most often underestimate how much men want them. While the outcome of these scenarios can go either way, researchers suspect that there may be deeply rooted …Men Often Misread [...]

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