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Women Monitoring the Emerging Swine Flu Crisis

By Patricia Yarberry Allen, M.D.
The weekend news has been full of alarming statistics about a new Swine flu, Influenza A H1N1, that has affected almost 1500 people in 3 states in Mexico and is now in the United States and perhaps other countries as well.  This influenza outbreak has its own fingerprints.  It is spread from pigs to pigs and then from pigs to…
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Tuesday NewsMix: Women Form Power Security Trio; Two Napolitanos at 51; Annie Leibovitz Takes Time; Joss Whedon Fights Womb Envy

By Rachel Rawlings
Women in the new administration protect the US: President-Elect Barack Obama formally announced his national security team on Monday, and women are poised to hold up half the nation. Secretary of State designee Hillary Clinton, United Nations Ambassador designee Dr. Susan Rice, and Homeland Security Secretary designee Janet Napolitano were three of the six appointments. Theirs will be the responsibility…
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Post-Election Newsmix: The New Power Women, Part Two

By Chris Lombardi
Only three days after Election Day, the news is filled with initial meetings of our President-elect’s advisers; Mix couldn’t help zeroing in on the numerous midlife women included in the new inner circles.  (Hardcore wonks can play along by downloading whats available at presidentialtransition.gov).  It’s been eight years since we has such a new slate of advisors to look at,…
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