For the past few weeks I’ve been following the ongoing feature published in The Washington Post called Black Women in America, which stems from a new nation-wide survey by the Post and the Kaiser Family Foundation that paints an interesting portrait of the lives of Black women. The survey includes interviews with more than 800 [...]
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When I was young girl, pink wasn’t exactly my favorite color. It wasn’t because I didn’t like “girly” things. I just didn’t think pink was a particularly strong enough color for my personality.
But as I have gotten older, my mind has changed. I now see pink as a vibrant and powerful color. [...]
It’s all natural and provides nutritional, IQ and immune-boosting advantages. It lowers the risks of chronic diseases like asthma, obesity and heart disease—and even certain cancers. And did I mention it can also save women money and produce phenomenal weight loss results?
Surely this has to be some sort of new, magic cure-all pill on the [...]
Nearly half of U.S. women believe society values men’s health more than women’s health, according to a new survey commissioned by Ogilvy PR and conducted by TNS Global to understand Americans’ perspectives on women’s independence, specifically related to health.
At a time when women comprise nearly half of the workforce ( http://www.dol.gov/wb/stats/main.htm), are the majority at [...]
Recently, Ogilvy PR launched a national campaign called Girlfriends for Folate (GFF), which is designed to educate women of reproductive age about the importance of folate and folic acid (synthetic folate). Folate helps regenerate cells, and importantly, it also helps reduce the risk of neural tube defects (birth defects of the brain or spine).
While the [...]