AMWA

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AMWAAmerican Medical Women's Association
AMWAAmerican Medical Writers Association (since 1940; Rockville, Maryland)
AMWAAkina Mama wa Afrika (Swahili: Solidarity among African Women)
AMWAAssociation of Metropolitan Water Agencies
AMWAAdvanced Media Workflow Association (formerly Advanced Authority Format Association)
AMWAAmerican Metropolitan Water Association
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Angela Nuzzarello said at the annual meeting of the American Medical Women's Association.
And for more music to the ears--the Indigo Girls have joined The National Coalition for Women Against Tobacco, a collective of 25 women's organizations founded by the American Medical Women's Association, in launching the nation's biggest countercampaign against the tobacco industry.
Biological danger zones and environmental triggers play a complex and powerful role in the high rate of depression in women between the ages of 35 and 65, according to a panel of female physicians sponsored by the American Medical Women's Association. It cited certain periods in a woman's life when her biological makeup combined with external factors can increase her likelihood of becoming depressed.
With an eye toward offering more immediate training, Medical Students for Choice and the American Medical Women's Association will kick off pilot programs this summer to introduce students to the issues surrounding abortion and other reproductive-health concerns.
Moore, MD, is Associate Director, Professional Relations, at Sandoz Pharmaceuticals Corporation and Vice President, Communications, American Medical Women's Association.
Among the company's recent introductions have been Stayfree Ultra Plus, maxipads that the American Medical Women's Association has accepted as a technological advance in women's health and hygiene products; Sure & Natural Ultra Thins, ultrathin maxipads that absorb fluid and lock it in place; Serenity Super Plus pads, which are 20% longer than the super incontinence guards and have additional absorbency for heavy bladder control needs; and Carefree Longs, which the company says are the longest panty liners currently on the market.
P&G also boasts that Citrus Hill is "the first calcium product accepted by the American Medical Women's Association, an organization of 10,000 leading women physicians." AMWA's endorsement says, "Citrus Hill Plus Calcium has been shown to be a well-absorbed source of dietary calcium." The physicians said nothing about a "better source."
Triola spoke at the annual meeting of the American Medical Women's Association about how physicians can embrace technology and use advancements to improve quality of care.
Half of all female medical students who get pregnant have their first child during their residency, according to the American Medical Women's Association (AMWA).
Now, the Journal of the American Medical Women's Association (JAMWA), one of the few journals that champions women's health research, is under threat.
(1.) Sanders SA et al., Condom use errors and problems among young women who put condoms on their male partners, Journal of the American Medical Women's Association, 2003, 58(2):95-98.
was conducted by the American Medical Women's Association. Ninety percent of ob.gyns.
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