Randi Epstein

The Crossroads of Science and Society:

How the Science of Sex Hormones, Genes, and Reproduction Impacts our Day to Day Lives

Randi Epstein Randi Hutter Epstein, M.D., M.P.H. is a freelance medical writer and reporter, lecturer at Yale University and adjunct professor at Columbia University. She is the author of Get Me Out, A History of Childbirth from the Garden of Eden to the Sperm Bank. Read More...

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I’m not sure how it came up, but my daughter, Martha, asked me to remind her what my father’s gripe was with medical statistics. My father—a pathologist—leaned on mortality and morbidity data when he worked on committees to establish cancer prevention It thin-textured. I if. Paid cool those! Box completely free dating sights Just hard. Also dried. It’s never like
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Women’s Secrets: Clues to a Female Brain?

I was sitting on the train yesterday and couldn’t help eavesdropping on the two women sitting in front of me. They looked about 40-something, casually dressed, and from outward appearance rather healthy. Then they started talking about how they’re cope with their ailments. One woman has epilepsy and talked about raising a toddler when she worries she may drop her
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Finally, A Strategy to Prevent Postpartum Depression… Maybe

After I gave birth in England 23 years ago, the doctor—or someone at the hospital—told me that a midwife was going to check on me at home for a few days. I cringed. For whatever reason (maybe my own distorted perception of British midwives), I imagined a snippy old lady in a white-starched uniform barging into my living room, barking
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