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The Social Media Gender Gap

The Social Media Gender Gap

FORA.tv (Oct. 2, 2013) The Social Media Gender Gap Social Data Week - Mandarin Oriental New York Today more women than men actively engage on Twitter, Facebook and Pinterest. Stacy Morrison, editor-in-chief of BlogHer, will look at the data behind how women use social media, share her insights on the exchanges women are looking for and why, and highlight some marketing success stories from BlogHer and other companies.
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Four Red Panda Cubs Make Debut at Bronx Zoo

Four Red Panda Cubs Make Debut at Bronx Zoo

Reuters (Nov. 7, 2013) Appearing more like black and red balls of fur, four red panda cubs clumsily negotiate tree limbs and a trail behind older pandas during their debut. Rough Cut (no reporter narration)
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PR Firm Claims 1 In 10 Americans Think HTML Is An STD

PR Firm Claims 1 In 10 Americans Think HTML Is An STD

Newsy (Mar. 4, 2014) A U.K. company says they conducted a survey and found that 1 in 10 Americans think "HTML" in a sexually transmitted disease. But is the survey a fake? Video provided by Newsy
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Postpartum Depression More Common in Urban Areas

Postpartum Depression More Common in Urban Areas

CBC (Aug. 6, 2013) Women living in large urban centers in Canada with more than 500,000 inhabitants are at higher risk of postpartum depression than women in other areas, according to a new study.
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Why Do Men Prefer Nice Women? Responsiveness and Desire

July 25, 2014 Does responsiveness increase sexual desire in the other person? Do men perceive responsive women as more attractive, and does the same hold true for women's perceptions of men? A recent study ... full story
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Reduction in HPV in Young Women in England Following National Immunization Program

Apr. 14, 2014 A reduction in two High Risk human papillomavirus types in sexually-active young women in England has been seen, following the introduction of a national immunization program. "The data provide ... full story
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Greater Odds of Adverse Childhood Experiences in Those With Military Service, Study Finds

July 23, 2014 Men and women who have served in the military have a higher prevalence of adverse childhood events (ACEs), suggesting that enlistment may be a way to escape adversity for some. ACEs can result in ... full story
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Incomplete HPV Vaccination May Offer Some Protection

July 24, 2014 Minority women who received the Human Papillomavirus Vaccination even after becoming sexually active had lower rates of abnormal Pap test results than those who were never vaccinated, researchers ... full story
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Caution to Pregnant Women on Red Meat Diabetes Link

Dec. 12, 2013 Pregnant women and women planning to become pregnant can make use of the holiday season to adjust their diets and reduce the risk of gestational diabetes, according to ... full story
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Most Women Undergoing Conservative Surgery for Vulvar Cancer Maintain Healthy Body Image and Sex Life

Jan. 17, 2014 A new study finds that most women who undergo conservative surgery for vulvar cancer experience little to no long-term disruption to sexuality and body image. The study also reveals factors that can ... full story
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Chlamydia and Gonorrhoea Infections Linked to Pregnancy Complications

Sep. 4, 2013 Becoming infected with chlamydia or gonorrhoea in the lead-up to, or during, pregnancy, increases the risk of complications, such as stillbirth or unplanned premature birth, indicates new ... full story
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Military Men More Distressed by Sexual Harassment Than Military Women

Mar. 27, 2014 Military men who are targets of frightening and threatening sexual harassment may experience more distress and work performance problems than military women who face the same treatment, according to ... full story
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Young Women Most at Risk Least Likely to Be Offered HPV Vaccine

Mar. 17, 2014 Young women who are most at risk of developing cervical cancer are the least likely to be offered the protective HPV jab and to complete the full course when they are, reveals research. These women ... full story
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HPV Strains Affecting African-American Women Differ from Vaccines

Oct. 28, 2013 Two subtypes of human papillomavirus (HPV) prevented by vaccines are half as likely to be found in African-American women as in white women with precancerous cervical lesions, according to ... full story
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Women With a High Economic Status Claim to Have Better Sex, Spanish Study Shows

Jan. 15, 2014 A higher socioeconomic status has been associated with a more satisfying sex life. An analysis based on the first Spanish National Sexual Health Survey, carried out in 2009, confirms that ... full story
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Smoking May Dull Obese Women’s Ability to Taste Fat, Sugar

Apr. 3, 2014 Cigarette smoking among obese women appears to interfere with their ability to taste fats and sweets, a new study shows. Despite craving high-fat, sugary foods, these women were less likely than ... full story
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Beliefs About HPV Vaccine Do Not Lead to Initiation of Sex or Risky Sexual Behavior Among Teen Girls, Young Women, Study Shows

Feb. 3, 2014 A new study may alleviate concerns that the human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine leads to either the initiation of sex or unsafe sexual behaviors among teenage girls and young ... full story
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Estimated Risk of Breast Cancer Increases as Red Meat Intake Increases, Study Suggests

June 10, 2014 Higher red meat intake in early adulthood might be associated with an increased risk of breast cancer, and women who eat more legumes -- such as peas, beans and lentils -- poultry, nuts and fish ... full story
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Bisexual Men Face Unique Challenges to Their Sexual Health

June 23, 2014 Bisexual men have many unmet public health needs, which leave them vulnerable to sexually transmitted infections and other health problems. This new study illuminates the behavioral, interpersonal, ... full story
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Study Links Intimate Partner Violence, Risk of HIV

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Body Image Impacts Weight Gain During Pregnancy

Oct. 1, 2013 How women perceive their bodies during pregnancy and how that impacts on their weight gain has been the subject of a new ... full story
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What Happens When We Try to Manipulate Our Voice to Attract a Mate? Her Voice Is Hot, His Is Not

Apr. 11, 2014 Trying to sound sexier? Sorry, guys, it seems you just don't have what it takes. New research suggests that men cannot intentionally make their voices sound more sexy or attractive, while women ... full story
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HPV Vaccine Provides Significant Protection Against Cervical Abnormalities

Mar. 4, 2014 The HPV vaccine offers significant protection against cervical abnormalities in young women, suggests a new paper. Results of the new study, the data concludes a risk reduction of 46% for confirmed ... full story
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Married Women Less Likely to Die from Heart Disease

Mar. 16, 2014 Married women are 28% less likely to die from heart disease than unmarried women, a new study has found. This is despite the fact that marriage makes no difference to women's chances of ... full story
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