Satsang is a gathering of people seeking Truth. And while there are as many individual approaches to Truth as there are beings, there are universal ...
To understand how a gorgeous supermodel transitioned to understanding public health issues surrounding women's maternal health in depth, you must know Turlington is not your typical model.
I didn't know much about TV/Film production; I just knew that I wanted to make films and I didn't have the money to do it.
Olivine combines two of Julie Merriman Wray's longtime passions, beauty and retail. She began laying the foundation for her career when she traveled...
Ann Paisley Chandler: What inspired you to start Every Mother Counts? Christy Turlington Burns: I was compelled to start Every Mother Counts after...
Sometimes, becoming a mother is dangerous business ... but it doesn't have to be. A study published recently in the weekly medical journal, The Lance...
What do we think of C-sections? We think that every woman should have access to emergency obstetric care, but we also think that physiological birth should be the norm because it is.
I am ashamed to admit that I struggle to remember everyone's names, to separate the stories, but I feel the weight of their belief in the Unexpected Project, to share their stories and to make a difference for their surviving daughters, sisters, nieces and granddaughters.
When a woman is diagnosed with breast cancer, the first thought is, "Am I going to die?" When a woman finds out she's pregnant, she doesn't think, "Am I going to die?" It is the furthest thing from her mind.
Young men and women all over the world should be in charge of telling their own stories.
The charities love it, too. The musicians who choose to support them through Music for Good aren't just individual donors, they're megaphones through which the charity reaches fans and friends via the ReverbNation website, email and social media.
It's time to make a radical shift, to start seeing girls not as vulnerable or as a liability, but as potential leaders. It's time to see girls for who they are: the driving force of their generation, one poised to bring real social change.
Our culture, especially among certain social classes, makes no secret of how very important it is that women "get their bodies back" instantaneously.
Even though Haitian women are considered the "poto mitan"-- the "central pillars" of the family and their communities -- they are often the most underserved members of already poor communities.
The point is, while preeclampsia, might be relatively unknown, it isn't choosy; any pregnant woman is at risk. It is the leading cause of maternal and infant death and near-miss globally and in the U.S.A.
Facebook has transitioned from connecting us to people we know but wish we didn't to people we don't know but wish we did.