1. Voices of a Women's Health Movement

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    The recently published anthology Voices of A Women's Health Movement (Seven Stories Press, 2012), co-edited by women's health advocate Barbara Seaman (1935-2008) and her longtime collaborator Laura Eldridge, brings together an essential collection of essays, interviews, and commentary by leading activists, writers, doctors and sociologists on topics ranging across reproductive rights, sex and orgasm, activism, motherhood, and birth control. In this panel discussion, some of the book's contributors discuss the rich history of this movement and its continued significance in struggles for reproductive health today. Panelists include Laura Eldridge ’01, Helen Lowery, Lauren Porsch ’01, Leonore Tiefer, and Irene Xanthoudakis ’01. This discussion took place on February 15, 2012 at Barnard College in New York City. The video presented by Leonore Tiefer can be viewed at http://youtu.be/T9kCw0Lmaa0

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    • Elmer Beal - Imagining the Future: From Reproductive Rights to Extinction

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      www.coa.edu October 26, 2011 - Human Ecology Core Course Lecture

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      • Reproductive Private Parts (of a phono system)

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        Peter Ledermann talks about the setup, care & feeding of the phono cartridge.

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        • Creating Systemic Change at the Intersection of Reproductive and Economic Justice

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          This panel discussion moderated by Laura Flanders of GRITtv features Sylvia Henriquez (Executive Director, National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health), Lynn Paltrow (Executive Director, National Advocates for Pregnant Women), and Miriam Yeung (Executive Director, National Asian Pacific American Women's Forum). The panel was part of the daylong conference "Critical Intersections: Reproductive and Economic Justice" sponsored by The New York Women's Foundation and BCRW, held on September 22, 2010 at Barnard College in New York City.

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          • SPIRITUAL REPRODUCTION - Part 5 Of The Series on Spiritual Maturity By: Calvin Bergsma, Pastor

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            ARE YOU SPIRITUALLY MATURE? Humans reach PHYSICALLY MATURITY in their early teens. ● But being mature enough to produce a child is not the same as having the maturity to feed & raise one. ● You can and should prepare to raise children, but you will NEVER be prepared enough, because... IT IS THE VERY ACT OF CARING FOR YOUR CHILD THAT FINALLY BRINGS YOU TO MATURITY! Same is true with “SPIRITUAL REPRODUCTION” ● A new (immature) Christian can lead someone else to the Lord almost immediately. ●But the act of helping them grow spiritually… helps them mature as well! ● No matter whether you’re (Spiritually) a young lamb that still needs to be fed milk, Or a healthy sheep that is grazing & producing in God’s pasture, (needing tending) All of us are called to “Grow up in God” and continue to mature! WE NEED TO MOVE FROM BEING “THOSE THAT NEED TO BE FED” TO BEING SPIRITUALLY MATURE ”THOSE THAT FEED THOSE THEY LEAD” (An example of this) A young calf is unable to eat or digest the rough grasses that the mother cow feeds on, it must rely on the milk she produces. But as it follows & learns from its mother, eventually she’ll reproduce repeating the cycle. She will not be able to produce milk until she (reproduces) needs to feed her calf. The same in the spiritual, we will never come to full maturity until we begin to give of what you received The reproductive cycle of; becoming a disciple and then making disciples, is not only the way the Kingdom of God grows…It is also the only way all of us will grow-up in God! Matthew 28:19-20 Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age.”

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            • Fertility and Preservation in Childhood Cancer Survivors

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              Clarisa R. Gracia, MD, MSCE University of Pennsylvania Clarisa Gracia, MD, MSCE, is a board-certified reproductive endocrinologist at the University of Pennsylvania Division of Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility. She has been a member of the ASRM Fertility Preservation Special interest Group (FPSIG) and a member of the American Society of Reproductive Medicine since 2004. Dr. Gracia has practiced as a reproductive endocrinologist at Penn Fertility Care since 2004 and has a particular interest in reproductive aging and Oncofertility. She received her medical degree from State University of New York at Buffalo and completed her residency and fellowship and received a Master of Science Degree in Clinical Epidemiology and Biostatistics at the University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Gracia is the director of the Fertility Preservation program and has clinical hours dedicated to caring for newly diagnosed cancer patients and cancer survivors for counseling regarding fertility preservation and for the treatment of the long term reproductive and endocrine complications associated with cancer treatments. Dr. Gracia is the principal investigator on experimental protocols at Penn for oocyte and ovarian tissue cryopreservation, in addition to conducting 2 ongoing prospective cohort studies studying the acute and long-term reproductive effects of cancer therapies. She has been a recipient of NIH funding, including: an individual K01 award as part of the Oncofertility consortium roadmap grant (Oncofertility Consortium NIH RR024926), an R03, and an RO1 in the area of Oncofertility. In addition and complementing the studies in cancer patients, Dr. Gracia has been involved in studies assessing ovarian function in otherwise healthy women approaching the menopausal transition. Dr. Gracia is a co-investigator in the Penn Ovarian Aging Study: a longitudinal study that has been ongoing for 12 years assessing symptomatic and hormonal changes during the menopausal transition. She hopes to better understand the process of reproductive aging to expand the reproductive options for women.

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              • Екипно упражнение "180 минути около света"

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                • Womens' Health & Spirituality - Contraceptives & Marriage

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                  Ladies, get off those contraceptives! Peace :) Note: This video was originally uploaded on my YouTube channel /user/AllieEmet

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                  • Intersections of Justice: Incarcerated Women and Reproductive Health

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