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Odyssey Wellness Tattoo: The Healing Power of Ink

International Women's Day: Strikes, Protests and Holidays

By Jill Gleeson |
Odyssey Wellness Tattoo's Darlene DiBona shares her insights on how tattoos can offer healing and hope beyond their cosmetic appeal.

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Odyssey Wellness Tattoo: The Healing Power of Ink

Odyssey Wellness Tattoo: The Healing Power of Ink

By Jill Gleeson | May 26
Odyssey Wellness Tattoo's Darlene DiBona shares her insights on how tattoos can offer healing and hope beyond their cosmetic appeal.

State Abortion Bans May Hand Democrats a Political Weapon

State Abortion Bans May Hand Democrats a Political Weapon

By Alan Fram | May 25
A flood of laws banning abortions in Republican-run states has handed Democrats a political weapon heading into next year's elections.

'Here We Go Again': Judge Blocks Mississippi Abortion Ban

'Here We Go Again': Judge Blocks Mississippi Abortion Ban

By Emily Wagster Pettus | May 25
A federal judge on Friday temporarily blocked a Mississippi law that would ban most abortions once a fetal heartbeat is detected, at about six weeks of pregnancy.

Mobile App to Warn Gropers, Get Help Proves Popular in Japan

Mobile App to Warn Gropers, Get Help Proves Popular in Japan

By Mari Yamaguchi | May 23
A smartphone app developed by Japanese police is being widely downloaded by women trying to protect themselves from gropers on packed rush-hour trains.

Biden: Congress Should Protect Abortion Rights, if Necessary

Biden: Congress Should Protect Abortion Rights, if Necessary

By Bill Barrow | May 22
Reality has set in during the three weeks since President Donald Trump and Democratic congressional leaders agreed to work together on a $2 trillion package to invest in roads, bridges and broadband.

Mati Diop on Being the First Black Female Director in Cannes

Mati Diop on Being the First Black Female Director in Cannes

By Jake Coyle | May 17
Mati Diop was initially disappointed when she, by reading a news article, discovered that she was the first black female filmmaker in the Cannes Film Festival's prestigious competition in its 72-year history.

Less Fat, More Fruit May Cut Risk of Dying of Breast Cancer

Less Fat, More Fruit May Cut Risk of Dying of Breast Cancer

By Marilynn Marchione | May 16
For the first time, a large experiment suggests that trimming dietary fat and eating more fruits and vegetables may lower a woman's risk of dying of breast cancer.

Hollywood's Big Players Stay Quiet on Georgia Abortion Law

Hollywood's Big Players Stay Quiet on Georgia Abortion Law

By Lindsey Bahr and Sanya Mansoor | May 16
Georgia and Hollywood are worlds away from one another, physically and culturally, but irresistible tax incentives have turned the state into a filming powerhouse dubbed "Hollywood of the South."

Missouri Senate Joins GOP Anti-Abortion Wave with 8-Week Ban

Missouri Senate Joins GOP Anti-Abortion Wave with 8-Week Ban

By Summer Ballentine | May 16
Missouri's Republican-led Senate has passed a wide-ranging bill to ban abortions at eight weeks of pregnancy, acting only hours after Alabama's governor signed a near-total abortion ban into law.

A Look at the Likely Court Fight over Abortion Rights

A Look at the Likely Court Fight over Abortion Rights

By Mark Sherman and David Crary | May 15
Alabama's virtual ban on abortion is the latest and most far-reaching state law seemingly designed to prod the Supreme Court to reconsider a constitutional right it announced 46 years ago in the landmark Roe v. Wade decision.

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