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Cheri Pies, Author of “Considering Parenthood,” Dies at 73

Cheri Pies, a professor of public health who broke barriers with her landmark 1985 book, “Considering Parenthood: A Workbook for Lesbians,” a bible of the “gayby boom” of the 1980s and beyond, died on July 4 at her home in Berkeley, Calif. She was 73. The cause was cancer, said her wife, Melina Linder. Later […]

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Medics awarded for performance in health education

Ti Gong Medics are honored for their excellent performance in health education. Medics from international medical facilities are also actively involved in health education. Dr Ding Gang, an oncologist from the Shanghai International Medical Center, is among 20 medics being honored for their excellent performance in public education. Shanghai health authorities on Wednesday honored a

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Will chatbots help or hinder medical education? Here is what humans (and chatbots) say

The interview began well. The medical school applicant delivered informed answers about the role of artificial intelligence in medicine, giving a patient bad news (step five: “offer support and resources”), and applying ethical reasoning to determine which of two patients gets a donated liver. But when Sahil Mehta, MD, sought personal reflections — about college

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parliamentarians prioritizing comprehensive sexuality education (CSE)

Political will is key to achieving health for all, including sexual and reproductive, maternal, newborn, child and adolescent health, affirmed by the World Health Organization (WHO) at the recent 146th Assembly of the Inter-Parliamentary Union (IPU) in Manama, Bahrain. “We know that nearly all maternal deaths are preventable, but every two minutes a woman dies

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