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My Speech on Women and Work

October 26, 2015
Tomorrow I will be giving a speech about the state of working women. The event, which is sponsored by the National Women's Law Center, takes a look at both the progress we have made and what is left to be done to ensure women have equality in the workplace and our daily lives. Here are some...
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Let’s Ask the Questions That Can Save Lives: CYW Releases ACEs Questionnaire to Pediatricians

October 24, 2015
We as pediatricians and parents have an opportunity to find out what’s happening with our children and to intervene to get children the help they need to heal. But we have to ask the right questions. Here’s a lesson that’s been learned time and time again: If we want to save lives and prevent...
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Radical self-care

October 22, 2015
Are you willing to p*** people off in order to take care of yourself? A big part of my work as a life balance teacher/coach is supporting women in attuning and responding to their needs and desires through practicing the art of self-care (read why self-care matters here ). During a recent women’s...
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Wellness Wednesday Recap: Celebrating LGBT History Month

October 22, 2015
To honor LGBT History Month and mark what a historic year it has been for LGBTQ families, we chatted with the Family Equality Council about what else we have left for achieve for LGBTQ equality when it comes to healthcare, workplace protections (including paid sick days & paid leave), housing,...
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Nueva regla de vivienda protege a las mujeres más vulnerables de acoso sexual en su casa

October 22, 2015
Un hogar debe ser un refugio y un lugar de comodidad. Pero para muchas mujeres sus propietarios son una fuente de temor, exigiendo favores sexuales, junto con el dinero del alquiler. Este tipo de acoso sexual no es frecuente en el ciclo de noticias pero sucede habitualmente, justo por debajo del...
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Death By a Thousand Cuts

October 21, 2015
I grew up solidly middle class. So much has changed since then. We expect more. Two cars, not one. More than one television per household. Air conditioning, not fans. All the new gadgets. What has also changed is that health care costs have soared. Cars and housing take up a larger percentage of...
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WIC: #StopTheCuts to Protect Women and Children!

October 19, 2015
Many of you are probably familiar with WIC—the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children—and what a vital role it plays in ensuring healthy, nutritious diets for families facing financial difficulty. However, did you know that in addition to providing a healthy food...
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Ideas to Encourage Each Other to Use Preventive Care

October 18, 2015
3 John 1-2 (NIV) says, “Dear friend, I pray that you may enjoy good health and that all may go well with you, even as your soul is getting along well.” Hum… in the household of faith, we recite that scripture so often. I think most of us truly believe the Word of God is true and we believe God to...
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Wellness Wednesday Recap: One Conversation

October 15, 2015
Today is National Latino AIDS Awareness Day. In order to bring awareness to this day, yesterday's chat was dedicated to it. The #OneConversation chat happening on social media was created to ignite discussion around barriers and stigma that keep Latinos from talking openly about HIV and AIDS with...
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Wellness Wednesday Recap: Celebrating Breastfeeding in the Hispanic Community

October 8, 2015
We are in week 3 of celebrating Hispanich Heritage Month on Wellness Wednesday. This week, we had the pleasure of having Young Women United, MHP Salud, Bi-National Coalition, California Breastfeeding Coalition, Esperanza Health Center, PASOs, HealthConnect One, Pretty Mama and NAPPLSC as guests. It...
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