Los Angeles Times Publishes Special Section on Women’s Health
The Los Angeles Times on Monday published a special section of articles on women's health. Headlines for the articles appear below.
- "Supplements: Natural Routes" (Conis, 5/9).
- "Our Innate Need for Friendship; Science Is Just Now Catching on to What Women Have Known All Along; Strong Female Bonds Can Protect Against Life's Hardships" (Healy , 5/9).
- "Taking Care of Everyone Except Themselves; Women Put the Health of Others First and Say They Have Too Little Time for Their Own Needs" (Healy , 5/9).
- "'Our Bodies' 35 Years Later; With Its Revised Book, Women's Collective Hopes To Reach a New Generation" (MacKeen, 5/9).
- "In the Lab: A Shot To Fight Osteoporosis" (Marsa, 5/9).
- "Facing a Common Twist of Fate; a Mom Guides Her Daughter Through Knee-Injury Repair and Breathes Relief at the Odds of Recovery" (Mestel, 5/9).
- "A Reluctance To Broach the Topic of Weight; for Parents, Talking to Girls About Their Size Can Be Difficult. But With Obesity on the Rise, It Must Be Done" (Roan, 5/9).
- "A Twist in Acupuncture's Effects on Migraines" (Singer, 5/9).
- "Growing Up Amid Expanding Waistlines" (Stein , 5/9).
- "Safe and Self-Assured; Women Are Using Self-Defense Tactics To Boost Their Confidence and Prepare Themselves for all Kinds of Situations" (Stein , 5/9).
- "A Distinct Science; the Female Body Is More Complex Than Once Thought. Hormones, Genetics and Environment All Play A Role" (Szegedy-Maszak, 5/9).