It happened to me, and it likely happened to you: a nurse who made all the difference. On National Nurses Week, a shout-out to "Nurse Lisa", and a national leader among nurses thanks three nurses for helping her survive her own devastating loss.
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When life threw her a curve ball, journalist and cancer survivor Ysabel Duron turned challenge into a new calling by turning the camera on herself. Her "encore career" shines a spotlight on cancer for Latino communities across the United States.
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After decades in Washington, Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao has noticed something about how she differs from her male peers."I prepare so much more than some of my male colleagues,” Chao tells POLITICO. "And I know women who are prepared more and we get ridiculed..."
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Says Vice President Pence on Twitter: 'Appreciated joining @POTUS for meeting with the Freedom Caucus again today. This is it. #PassTheBill.' Well first, no, the bill is on hold, which is a good thing, because the bill isn't. Second, what's up with this photo?
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Book Recommendation: The Women's Marches of recent weeks beg a second look at what it means to be a "feminist" today. One woman tells why she decided she had to call herself "A Happy African Feminist", in this gem of a little book, "We Should All Be Feminists"...
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A little girl, etched in bronze, now stands defiantly, facing down the famed Wall Street Bull. The Big Apple's latest landmark stands as a message to corporations everywhere to bring more women onto their boards. WHAM Kudos to the sponsor-- a big corporation itself!
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Look at photos of your kids. Where are you? Missing? “...When I see myself in pictures, it makes me wince...I know I am far from alone; I know that many of my friends also avoid the camera. It seems logical. We’re sporting mama bodies and we’re not as young as we used to be." Women, I ask, is this serving us?
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Joanne Conroy, MD is CEO of one of the world's premiere hospitals. Here, the founder of the Women of Impact talks to WHAMGlobal about risk-taking, leaving a legacy, the time a physician colleague referred to her as "his 'Vanna White'", and what she would do "if I were 10 years younger".
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