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Rachel Walden

Rachel Walden

Medical librarian, blogger on women's health topics at my own place & Our Bodies Our Blog. Work makes me say: "opinions my own."
What Happens When Fetal Rights Trump Women’s Human Rights -
What Percentage of Older Women Are Satisfied with Their Body Image? Survey Says … -
All Pinked Out in October? There’s a Cure for That! Join the Think Before You Pink Campaign -
Wendy Davis is Running for Governor in Texas, and That’s a Big Deal -
How the Government Shutdown Affects Women’s Health -
Concerned About the New “Hookup Culture?” It’s No So New, or Worrisome, After All -
“After Tiller” Focuses on Real Life Stories of Abortion Doctors and Their Patients -
How Can You Be Sure You’re Getting An Insurance Policy That Covers Maternity Care? -
Take Action: Reproductive Rights Campaigns -
Association of Reproductive Health Professionals Honors Our Bodies Ourselves Founder Judy Norsigian -
Headlines about the “Pullout Generation” Are Premature: Studies Show Multiple Methods of Contraception Use -
New Book on Birth Control Overlooks Evidence -
California Governor Was Right to Veto Bill Allowing Researchers to Pay Women for Their Eggs -
Want to Reduce Unintended Pregnancies? Provide Health Education & Support -
How Do You Afford Healthcare in Prison on 50 Cents Per Hour? -
Sunday News Round-Up, Announcements Edition -
North Carolina to Be First to Compensate Forced Sterilization Victims -
Google Drive is letting me download these docs normally in Firefox, but giving me a redirect loop in Chrome. ??
Sunday News Round-Up, Stay in the Air Conditioning Edition -
Women Make Movies: New Releases Include Films on Virginity, Women in Prison and Body Image -
#medlibs Chat Tonight on Staff Training and Professional Development -
Blood Bound (Mercy Thompson, #2) -
Moon Called (Mercy Thompson, #1) -
State by State: Laws Restricting Abortion and Family Planning as of Mid-2013 -
CIR Prison Investigation Opens Another Chapter on Sterilization of Women in U.S. -
Emergency Contraception Can Be Free, But it Takes Planning – And a Prescription -
Ask the FDA to Approve *All* Emergency Contraception Pills for OTC Access -
Ohio Urgently Needs Your Support, Too! -
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