Older Women

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Advances in health care have made it possible to increase the quantity, if not always the quality, of many people’s lives. There is a growing right-to-die movement in the United States. I have been working on exploring whether, and how, veterans of the women’s health movement might engage with and shape the right-to-die movement.

Medical aid in dying is a safe and trusted practice. Laws such as EOLOA are an important component of end-of-life care, and these carefully crafted processes can have positive results.

A healthy sex life is crucial to many women and their partners. This can become more complicated with age and weight.

What should I know about treatment options for lichen sclerosus?

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Be Your Own Death Panel

By: Charlea T. Massion and Adriane Fugh-Berman ,, , , Deep Dive Articles

During last summer’s town hall meetings on health care reform, the specter of “death panels” was repeatedly raised in acrimonious misrepresentations of the reform bill.