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Stories by Molly M. Ginty
Molly M. Ginty is a freelance writer based in New York.
Why Employer-Based Health Insurance Doesn't Cut It
Posted on: Jan 14, 2009, Source: Women's eNews
The majority of doctors believe a single-payer system would provide the best care.
FDA Advisers Recommend New Female Condom
Posted on: Dec 16, 2008, Source: Women's eNews
The new female condom reduces the risk of sexually transmitted infection by 97 percent and is safe for people who have allergies to latex.
Tough Economy Tightens Surrogacy Market
Posted on: Jun 25, 2008, Source: Women's eNews
Increasing numbers of infertile people have been using surrogacy to have children, but a tougher economy is pushing it further out of reach.
'Abortion Pill' Awaits New Political Treatment
Posted on: Jun 11, 2008, Source: Women's eNews
Controversy over the "abortion pill" has stymied scientists' ability to research its potential to treat breast cancer and other diseases.
The Health Risks of Racism
Posted on: Oct 9, 2007, Source: Women's eNews
Is inequality making us sick?
Silicone Breast Implants Face Hearings in Congress
Posted on: Feb 16, 2007, Source: Women's eNews
After the FDA lifted a 14-year ban on silicone breast implants many women are weighing the devices' potential side effects.
How Environmental Pollutants Are Causing Reproductive Problems
Posted on: Dec 19, 2006, Source: Women's eNews
Across the U.S., female animals exposed to toxic chemicals are suffering from a flurry of health problems, from shrunken ovaries to spontaneous abortions. What does this mean for female humans?
Life Before Roe v. Wade
Posted on: Jan 19, 2006, Source: Choice! Magazine
More than thirty years later, three people who helped provide abortions before <i>Roe</i> tell their stories.
Through the Back Door
Posted on: Nov 10, 2005, Source: Women's eNews
While the FDA delays over-the-counter sales of emergency contraception, eight states are taking matters into their own hands.
Women on the Front Lines
Posted on: Mar 21, 2005, Source: Women's eNews
With 240 female U.S. soldiers injured and 33 killed so far in Iraq and Afghanistan, some military analysts are calling for a review of U.S. policy on women in combat.
A Day Without Roe
Posted on: Nov 9, 2004, Source: Women's eNews
Reproductive rights advocates brace themselves for the real possibility that – in the next four years of Bush's presidency – abortion will become illegal again in the United States.
Stem Cells May Swing Voters
Posted on: Oct 1, 2004, Source: Women's eNews
With women more likely to support further research on embryonic stem cells, the issue has the potential to widen the gender gap in this election.
Prevention and Cure
Posted on: Mar 10, 2004, Source: Women's eNews
Herpevac promises to protect female teens from herpes. But experts are wrestling with how to finance and administer a vaccine designed for a sexually transmitted disease.
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