Women In Japan: The Faint Stirrings Of An Economic Revolution, Says Women-omics.com 5th March 2009 - Views: 209 "Women are being underused in the Japanese economy, which can ill-afford to waste precious human talent, especially as the country reels from the impact of the global recession in its export market," says a new article on WOMEN-omics.com, the first Website to make the business case for gender balance and exploring the economic impact of women on companies and countries.
Government Gets Figures Wrong On Violence 24th February 2009 - Views: 252 The NSW Government's Discussion Paper on the NSW Domestic and Family Violence Strategic Framework has been criticised by a leading men's health organisation for overinflating statistics on domestic violence prevalence for female victims while understating the prevalence of male victimisation.
Dr Snell Gives New Hope To Would-be Mothers Over 40 16th February 2009 - Views: 678 He says he believes his treatment rejuvenates the aging eggs of women over 40.
Shilling Wall Christmas Gift 11th December 2008 - Views: 517 This year forget about the traditional gift options you would normally consider! Face it, your mother, grandmother, wife, sister or aunt probably has all the toasters, bed sheets and toiletries they need.
Planning To Cope With A Labour Of Love 9th December 2008 - Views: 299 At 26 weeks pregnant, Miranda was fit, healthy and playing sport. “But the sudden appearance of bright red blood sounded alarm bells” and medical staff prepared her for a very premature birth.