Tag Archives: 2018

International Men's Day 2018: Let Us Break These Male Gender Stereotypes That Exist in Society

On International Men’s Day 2018, Let’s Break Stereotypes (Photo credits: Pixabay) Every November 19 is celebrated as International Men’s Day. But how many of us knew about it well in advance? Probably very few, as it doesn’t really have a buzz as much as Women’s Day which is celebrated on March 8 every year. In… Read More »

Weekly Roundup for NOVEMBER 16, 2018: Recent Publications in Women’s Mental Health

Why do we need to identify and treat women with depression who experience during pregnancy? We have long known that postpartum depression can negatively affect the development of children, the large study from Tuovinen and colleagues clearly shows that depression during pregnancy can have negative effects on the child’s development, predicting lower scores on measures… Read More »

Healthcare and the F-Word: Health Politics Rank High on November 6, 2018

“Let’s get this thing f-ing done,” Martha McSally passionately asserted on May 4, 2017. Paul Ryan said, on the floor of the U.S. House of Representatives without cursing, “A lot of us have waited seven years to cast this vote.” McSally, who represents Tucson, Arizona, in the U.S. Congress, is running to replace retiring Senator… Read More »