Linda Lorraine Bean Dies At 82

Linda Lorraine Bean (April 28, 1941 – March 23, 2024) was an American businessperson and donor. As a candidate of the Republican Party, Bean ran unsuccessfully for the United States Congress in 1988 and 1992. She was the granddaughter of Leon Leonwood Bean and an heiress to the L.L.Bean company. Congressional campaigns Bean ran twice for Congress, in 1988 and 1992. In 1988, Bean sought the Republican nomination for Maine's 1st district of the House to challenge...

I quit porn and became a nurse — here’s why I’m going back to making X-rated movies

“There’s nothing like being on set, I absolutely love it…. there’s something really magical about making movies,” Summers swooned. “I love the creative process.”

Watch: Many Americans Are Unaware of HIV Prevention Medication

A panel discussion featured women of color who describe their sex lives with such terms as 'polyamorous,'

CDC Maternal Death Rate Numbers Are Fake News

THE EPOCH TIMES – The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) overestimates the number of maternal deaths in the United States due to adding numbers not related to pregnancy into the data, according to a recent study. The study, published in the American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology on March 12, aimed to assess the causes behind the elevated maternal mortality rates in the United States. When women die during pregnancy, childbirth, or shortly...

The Promise of the PCOS Diet Falls Apart

Patients were told for years that cutting calories would ease the symptoms of polycystic ovary syndrome. But research suggests dieting may not help at all.

Wyoming Legislature Passes Bill To Ban Transgender Surgeries On Minors

COWBOY STATE DAILY – The Wyoming legislature on Thursday passed a bill banning minors from receiving transgender treatments in the state. With the governor’s signature, Sen. Anthony Bouchard’s “Chloe’s Law” legislation will take effect July 1. The Senate voted to pass Senate File 99, formerly called “Chloe’s Law,” 28-2 vote on concurrence Thursday afternoon. Sen. Cale Case, R-Lander, was the only Republican to oppose the bill. Sen. Mike Gierau, D-Jackson, voted for it while Sen. Chris...

The United States was on course to eliminate syphilis. Now it’s surging

Science News – Once on the path to eliminating syphilis, the United States has reversed course, with cases of the infectious disease surging. From a low of under 32,000 cases in 2000, the number of people with syphilis has rocketed to more than 207,000 in 2022, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported in January. That’s 62 cases per 100,000 people. The crisis is hitting babies especially hard. The maternal rate for syphilis during pregnancy...

Bayer makes a deal on popular contraceptive with Mark Cuban’s online pharmacy

Mark Cuban's pharmacy could boost the drugs' sales. It will probably take a few months to see how the experiment works out.

Why Do Women Get More Headaches Than Men?

Women tend to struggle with sleep more than men do, and fatigue can bring on these headaches.

Syphilis cases rise to their highest levels since the 1950s, CDC says

Rate of syphilis among black women -- 10.99 per 100,000 Rate of syphilis among white women -- 1.71 per 100,000 Source: February 2022 issue of Sexually Transmitted Diseases SHOTS - HEALTH NEWS – The number of syphilis cases in the U.S. is on the rise. According to a new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, cases increased by nearly 80% to more than 207,000 between 2018 and 2022. The report continued that racial...

Signs of heart attack in women

CBS NEWS – Heart disease is the leading cause of death among women in the United States, killing more than 300,000 every year — yet only about half of women are aware of the risks, signs and symptoms of heart attacks. On National Wear Red Day, which is observed on Feb. 2 to raise awareness for cardiovascular disease, CBS News chief medical correspondent Dr. Jon LaPook joined "CBS Mornings" to share what women should know. While...

Woman with perfect 36EEs left with ‘dead, rotting nipples’ in botched operation

Chloe Rose underwent a breast procedure in Turkey that 'went terribly wrong' and left her fearing she would die. Now the family has warned others to cancel cosmetic surgery appointments abroad

Mayo Clinic Minute: Why Black women need to be screened for cervical cancer

MAYO CLINIC NEWS NETWORK – While all women can develop cervical cancer, non-Hispanic Black women are more likely to be diagnosed and die of cervical cancer, compared to white women in the U.S. This disparity is not due to genetic differences among white, Black or Hispanic women, but rather related to systemic racism, access to healthcare and socioeconomic factors, says Dr. Olivia Cardenas-Trowers, a Mayo Clinic urogynecologist. That is why she encourages women to learn more...
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