MENSTRUATION MATTERS

Menstrual education perspectives from Africa, India, Bangladesh, and the United States

Menstrual education perspectives from Africa, India, Bangladesh, and the United States

 Menstrual Education perspectives from around the world will be presented in two concurrent sessions at the 21st Biennial Conference of the Society for Menstrual Cycle Research at The Center for Women’s Health and Human Rights, June 4-6, 2015, Suffolk University, Boston. The conference theme is Menstrual Health and Reproductive Justice. Menstrual Education Concurrent Session Friday, June 5th: Confident Girls...
Young women’s experiences with cancer-related infertility, and HPV vaccine uptake and avoidance in Eastern Europe

Young women’s experiences with cancer-related infertility, and HPV vaccine uptake and avoidance in Eastern Europe

This session will explore Cancer and Menstruation at the 21st Biennial Conference of the Society for Menstrual Cycle Research at The Center for Women’s Health and Human Rights, June 4-6, 2015, Suffolk University, Boston. The Significance of Menstrual Flow for Young Women with Cancer-Related Infertility Kathryn Nattress, Centre for Health Research, University of Western Sydney Although the dominant menstrual...
Full-Spectrum Doula Support and Reproductive Justice

Full-Spectrum Doula Support and Reproductive Justice

 Emma O’Brien and Sarah Whedon will present the workshop Full-Spectrum Doula Support at the 21st Biennial Conference of the Society for Menstrual Cycle Research at The Center for Women’s Health and Human Rights, June 4-6, 2015, Suffolk University, Boston Learn more about the Boston Doula Project. The cohort of abortion doulas who participated in the Boston Doula Project’s January...
Period Revolution — How Period Apps are Changing Women’s Health

Period Revolution — How Period Apps are Changing Women’s Health

Guest Post by Dr. Lara Briden My new book Period Repair Manual begins with some warm words about Period Apps. I’m talking about the smart phone applications that let us tap in data about our period start date, bleed duration, and symptoms such as spotting, breast tenderness, and mood. Of course we could always do the same thing with old-fashioned...
State of Wonder–Part 1: Wondering about missing menstrual mentions in literature

State of Wonder–Part 1: Wondering about missing menstrual mentions in literature

In her novel State of Wonder Ann Patchett explores, among many broad themes, the question: What if there were a drug women could take to extend menstruation and fertility into their seventies? Not evident on the dust jacket, this storyline grabbed the attention of this menstrual cycle advocate. Set mainly in the jungle of Brazil, the novel revolves around the...
Save the Date! The Next Great Menstrual Health Con

Save the Date! The Next Great Menstrual Health Con

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