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Iodine3 article
Forbes

'Iodine' Pools Thousands Of Reviews To Help End The Pain Of Finding Medication

The free platform let users compare the actual experience of taking different medications, from side effects and cost to availability and convenience; with a revolutionary app, it also helps you track them.

Doctor2 article
Forbes

On National Women Physicians Day, A Reminder That Women Save More Lives For Less Pay

Women have been practicing (licensed) medicine and working against pay disparity since 1849, but today's hearty wage gap is starting to widen again.

960x0 article
Forbes

FCC To Big Telecom: Please Activate The FM Radios You're Putting In Our Phones

The agency wants to expand access and awareness toward free content and features phones could already offer for when data is low or networks are down, but which manufacturers often keep quiet.

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Forbes

Research Shows Rich People Don't Really Notice The Rest Of Us

Studies suggest that people-watching is one pastime, at least, that money just can't buy.

Bcp1 article
Forbes

Birth-Control Repeal May Cost Women $1.4B A Year In Copays (For Starters)

The mandate helped drop Americans' out-of-pocket expenses by 63% and likely saved the government billions each year on behalf of 'the fairer sex.'

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AlterNet

My Migraine Meds Cost $40,000 a Year, and We've Known About This Drug for Millennia

I wondered how a raw substance with an import price of around $0.97 per mg could manage an 11,600% markup.

Juno2 article
Forbes

A New Ride-Hail App Is Disrupting The Industry By Treating Drivers Like People

The NYC-based startup wants to keep both customers and drivers happy by putting the interests of its employees of front.

Wevibe2 article
Forbes

The 'Spying Vibrator' Suit Is Over, But Sex Toys Are Still Talking Data

WeVibe faced claims its connected vibrators were dishing info, but theirs isn't the only talkative toy in town.

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Forbes

It's 'Thanks, Birth Control' Day, And Women Are Choosing To Celebrate

Across social media, women are taking the time to say #ThxBirthControl, and to share their very positive, personal experiences.

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Forbes

Dutch Give $10.7M To Fund Women's Global Health After Trump Imperils It

Dutch government has made its stance on human rights unmistakable with the launch of an international 'She Decides' healthcare fund, and other nations are heeding the call.

Pot1 article
Forbes

Vast Review Of Cannabis Research Finds Medical, Legal Answers ...

An expert survey of cannabis studies to date found there's lots to learn about the multibillion-dollar plant, plus a few topics we can consider spent.

Kit4 article
Forbes

It's Official: Testing Rape Kits Prevents Assault And Saves Everybody Millions

An Ohio team found "tremendous return on investment" for both victims and communities.

Canada1 article
Forbes

Hey, America: Canadians Still Think You're Great

Our neighbors to the north want to remind us that they're by our side (and paying attention).

Germany2 article
Forbes

Germany Is Using A VR Auschwitz To Catch The Last Nazi Criminals

German legal experts are using evidence from 3D maps to convict those remaining few responsible before it's too late.

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Forbes

Tomorrow Is Come: Digital Sex Acts Are Now Available For Download

O brave new world that was inevitable, and which may still need some fleshing out.