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General Medical · Lifestyle

Lines: Thoughts on Faces by Matisse and Halsman

By Shelley Singer
by Shelley Singer Beauty is fleeting, or is it? What is beauty if not the splendid, centered gaze of Georgia O’Keeffe at 80?  She doesn’t need the photographer’s approval. She just is. The dewy mademoiselle in Matisse’s lithograph has it all ahead of her; she is merely pretty, a gay little collection of lines waiting to be filled in. I…
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General Medical

News Brief:Fewer Children After 40; Real Anti-Aging Solutions Beat Back Wrinkles; A Mikvah for Menopause; Better Health Care in Thailand?

By Womens Voices for Change
Powerful lives, children powerful but optional. This week, newspapers and cable TV buzzed with the news that compared to 1970, far fewer number of women over 40 have children. And despite popular misconceptions about IVF-stimulated multiple births, older women who do have children have much smaller families: The number of women ages 40 to 44 who remain childless has doubled…
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