And in the worst unfairness to men, when women have a deficit, for example, they're "under-represented" in science, we see massive redress despite the two-decade study reported in the New York Times that found that women in academic science fare as well or better than men[xviii]. Yet when men have the ultimate deficit--as mentioned, they live five years shorter--a search of PubMed, which indexes 3,000 medical journals for the last 60 years, on the terms "women's health" and men's health," reveals 43 times(!) as many studies using "women's health." And regarding outreach, there's a sea of pink ribbons but only a trickle for prostate cancer and even less for sudden heart attack, which kills many more men and earlier. There are seven federal agencies on women's health, none for men. 39 states have offices of Women's Health, none for men. Bottom line: Since 1920, the average lifespan advantage of women has grown 400%[xix]! … [Read more...] about Our Approach to Men, Reinvented
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The bridge that was constructed on an ocean was finished in 5 days! This is one of the interesting facts about Ramayana. The construction technology and the engineering skills of the army that built that bridge must be appreciated. The project management skills and the planning strategies deserve an applause. … [Read more...] about Hanuman Jayanti 2020: 5 Interesting Facts Related To Ramayana
Rabindranath Tagore, a popular Bengali-poet, artist, musician, Ayurveda researcher and polymath was born on 7 May 1861. He is often referred to as Gurudev, Kabiguru and Biswakabi by his admirers. During the late 19th century and early 20th century, he extensively reshaped the Bengali literature, music and art. On his birth anniversary, we are here with some facts about the famous poet. Scroll down the article to read more. … [Read more...] about Rabindranath Tagore’s Birth Anniversary: Some Facts About The Famous Bengali Poet And Novelist
8. Mary Breckinridge- 1881 to 1965 Mary Breckinridge was born into an influential family and had a privileged life until she became mother. Unfortunately, her two children died while they were newborns. This incident shook Mary Breckinridge to a great extent. She decided that she will work for bringing a change in the health condition of women, especially those who were underprivileged and/or were expecting a baby. In the year 1910, she became a registered nurse at St. Luke's Hospital School of Nursing in New York. She then went on to serve as a nurse from the American Red Cross during World War I in France. It is then she came across the European midwives and realised their importance in childbirth. … [Read more...] about International Nurses Day 2020: Know About Some Of The Famous Nurses
• Maundy Thursday This is celebrated on the Thursday that comes just before the Easter weekend. This year, it is on the 29th of March. It is used to commemorate the day of the Last Supper. It is on this day that Jesus washed the feet of his disciples. In honor of the same, the ceremony of Eucharist came into being. This is a very somber occasion, as it was on the midnight of this Thursday that the Son of God was betrayed by his very own disciple Judas Iscariot. It is said that had he not been betrayed, history would have taken a different course and the crucifixion of the Lord would not have taken place. … [Read more...] about Why Is Easter Celebrated?