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Women’s Health Policy Advice for the Next Occupant of the White House: Deal With Mental Health, the Pandemic, and Health Care Costs

2020 marked the centennial anniversary of the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, giving women the right to vote. In this auspicious year for women’s voting rights, as COVID-19 emerged in the U.S. in February, women’s labor force participation rate was 58%. Ironic timing indeed: the coronavirus pandemic has been especially harmful to working women’s… Read More »

Iris House Leader Now Heads a Second HIV Group

AIDS leader Ingrid Floyd is doing double duty. Since 2006, she has been the executive director of Iris House, a New York City–based HIV organization focused on women and their families. And as of this week, she’s also the interim executive director of another women-centric HIV group: Women Organized to Respond to Life-threatening Disease (WORLD),… Read More »

How to make a house feel like your castle

Whether you’ve built a house or bought one off the market, moving into a new family home is an exciting opportunity for a fresh start. Between choosing furniture and deciding how to fill and decorate your spaces, a new house is a chance to bring your dream home to life. To explain how to make… Read More »

House panel to hold hearing on VA delay of first EHR go-live

The chair of the House subcommittee charged with legislative oversight of the VA’s Cerner electronic health record implementation is concerned about the agency’s decision to delay the EHR’s initial go-live. “I’m concerned that as we’ve moved closer to the go-live date, we have been told repeatedly that there were no showstoppers in the implementation, that… Read More »