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Putting “Men” Back in “Women’s Health”

Father’s Day brings with it increased attention on the important and irreplaceable role that dads play in our lives. But one role stands out as both underappreciated and under-encouraged: maternal health advocate.
20 June 2013 read more

Five Top Innovators in Health Data

This week marked Health Datapalooza IV, a conference organized that brings together data analysts, entrepreneurs, policy makers, investors, medical professionals and representatives from large health care companies to exchange ideas about the future of health data.
05 June 2013 read more

Women’s Empowerment: The Linchpin in Global Health and Development

“Women’s rights are human rights.” Hillary Clinton first said these words in 1995 at the United Nations 4th World Conference on Women in Bejing. We heard them again on the last day of Women Deliver 2013. Are we replaying an old sob song? What, if anything, can the reprise of Clinton’s words teach us about what needs to happen to make gender equity a reality for all? Is the repetition of these words good news or bad news for the women’s empowerment movement?
04 June 2013 read more