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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.
Women are key to fixing the global food system
According to the UN Food and Agriculture Organization, women make up about 43 percent of the agricultural labor force worldwide, and in some countries they make up 80 percent of all farmers. In addition to tending crops, most women — particularly in the Global South — are also responsible for seed saving, animal husbandry, grain processing, and other tasks related to growing food. This is in addition to cooking, cleaning, and taking care of sick elders and children.
Why US women aren’t having children
The US fertility rate is at a record low. Researchers are quick to look to the economy as explanation yet the falling rate has persisted despite the recovery.
Two Filipino women kidnapped on road to Iraq’s Kurdistan
Two Filipino women have been kidnapped on a road linking the Iraqi capital Baghdad to the Kurdish city of Erbil, security and local officials say.
Empower women to end malnutrition
Malnutrition is one of the leading causes of morbidity and mortality among children. Since women are often the primary caregivers, their empowerment can influence nutritional status of their children.
Overtime work may overdrive diabetes risk in women
Working overtime may help your paycheck and give you a leg up in the office, but a new study suggests that women who log too many hours may have an increased the risk of diabetes.
Community work among women improves lives in Peru’s Andes highlands
At more than 3,300 meters above sea level, in the department of Cuzco, women are beating infertile soil and frost to grow organic food and revive community work practices that date back to the days of the Inca Empire in Peru such as the ‘ayni’ and ‘minka’.
Artificial ovary' could help women conceive after chemotherapy
Doctors have made an ‘artificial ovary’ from human tissue and eggs in a bid to help women have children after cancer treatment and other therapies that can damage female fertility.
Saudi, US among top 10 dangerous places for women: Study
A survey of 550 international experts has placed Saudi Arabia and the United States on the list of 10 most dangerous places in the world for women.
Saudi women hit the road as driving ban is lifted
Women in Saudi Arabia are now allowed to drive for the first time since the religiously conservative kingdom overturned the world's only ban on female motorists.
Women who wake up early might be less likely to develop depression
Women who describe themselves as ‘early risers’ are less likely to develop depression, new research claimed.
Iran women’s national 3x3 basketball team shine in Philippines' World Cup
The Iran women’s national 3x3 basketball team defeated Andorra7-21 at the 2018 Fédération Internationale de Basket-ball (FIBA) 3x3 World Cup in the Philippines on Monday.
Iran women’s 3x3 basketball team off to Philippines for 2018 World Cup
The Iran women’s national 3x3 basketball team has departed for the Philippines to take part in the 2018 FIBA 3x3 World Cup.
Abnormal lipid metabolism predicts future weight gain, diabetes in women
The inefficient breakdown of fats predicts later weight gain and metabolic complications such as type 2 diabetes in women, researchers reported in the journal Cell Metabolism.
Women are not to blame for the wage gap
Women should not be blamed for the gender wage gap in the US, according to psychologists at Rice University. To eliminate the gap, organizations must provide training, support and opportunities for growth, the researchers said.

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