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Author: World designed for men constantly failing women
A ‘gender data gap’ is making the lives of women around the world more dangerous — from the misdiagnosis of heart attacks to ill-fitting protective equipment, according to a new book published this week in Britain.
Breakthrough for NHS England as hundreds more men study nursing
The National Health Service (NHS) England has seen a significant rise in the number of men applying to be nurses, following a recruitment drive aimed at changing attitudes towards a career long stereotyped as female-dominated.
Chinese delivery men sitting tall in the saddle
As millions of Chinese go home for the upcoming Spring Festival, many food delivery men (Waimai Xiaoge) will not go home but tirelessly continue to work.
US women earn half the income of men: Study
American women were paid roughly half of what men have earned for doing the same job over the past 15 years, considering time off for family or child care, according to a new study
street full of funny men in Yangon, Meyanmar
Who doesn’t like a good laugh? The work of cartoonists, like jesters, clowns, comedians, cut across the gender divide, close generational gaps, and generally eases tensions except for those on the receiving end of the jokes.
Men who exercise might pass down healthier metabolism to their kids, study says
Here's another reason for wannabe dads to exercise: Sweating it out now might pay off later in better health for your children, according to a new study.
Panorama: Can violent men ever change?
Every year more than a million people are victims of domestic abuse in the UK. Often the focus is on helping the victim find safety — but what of the abusers? Should they be given help? And can they change?
CERN scientist: 'Physics built by men — not by invitation'
A senior scientist gave what has been described as a ‘highly offensive’ presentation about the role of women in physics, the BBC learned.
More men pass entrance exams than women at 80% of Japan’s medical schools: Survey
A government survey showed on Tuesday that men passed entrance exams more than women at nearly 80 percent of medical schools polled after a medical university in Tokyo admitted last month to altering exam scores to limit the enrollment of female students.
Diabetic women at greater risk of cancer than men, according to new study
Diabetes is linked with an increased risk of developing cancer particularly among women, new research suggested.
Women in biomedical sciences as successful as men
A team of researchers at the National Institutes of Health found that women in biomedical sciences are just as successful as men in sustaining grant funding.
Physically demanding jobs may shorten men's lives
Despite much evidence that getting lots of physical activity bodes well for long-term health, when it is physical labor on the job, the opposite might be true.
Men willing to punish more than women to get ahead
Chapman University has published research measuring gender differences in cooperation and punishment behavior. Results showed that men punish more than women, men obtain higher rank, and punishment by males decreases payoffs for both sexes. Furthermore, men are willing to punish people who have done nothing wrong, except cooperate to the fullest extent possible.
UK firms touted as 'top employers' for women pay them less than men
Almost half of the UK companies included on a list of businesses feted as the best places to work as a woman in the UK have a gender pay gap higher than the national average, exclusive Guardian analysis has revealed.

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