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Israeli Arab women: Stuck in economic purgatory, without a paddle – Fortune

Israeli Arab women: Stuck in economic purgatory, without a paddle
Fortune
Advocates argue that until women enjoy equal economic status, their second-class position will be a drag on society. That argument resonates with Israel’s policymakers.

Source: fortune.com

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Source: www.peepstalks.com

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Thyroid Cancer: Increased Incidence or Improved Diagnosis? – AJMC.com Managed Markets Network

Thyroid Cancer: Increased Incidence or Improved Diagnosis?

Source: www.ajmc.com

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Dragon boat races on Red River draw hundreds to ‘kick cancer’

Dragon boats are running up and down the Red River at the Forks this weekend.

Source: www.cbc.ca

This is terrific!

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The Women Fighters Taking on ISIS – Mashable

Today’s Zaman
The Women Fighters Taking on ISIS
Mashable
ERBIL, Iraq—As the Islamic State fighters tore through northern Iraq in a murderous rampage, the women were called to come down from the mountains.

Source: mashable.com

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How to Address Your Teen’s Body Image Issues – The Daily Meal

The Daily Meal
How to Address Your Teen’s Body Image Issues
The Daily Meal
One major issue that plagues our youth is negative body image.

Source: www.thedailymeal.com

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Belly Dancing Enhances Body Image of Women – Headlines & Global News

Headlines & Global News
Belly Dancing Enhances Body Image of Women
Headlines & Global News
Past researches have shown that street and modern dancers were in fact more confident about their bodies than exotic dancers.

Source: www.hngn.com

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