If your OB-GYNdoesn't ask you about your sex life, who will?
That's the question that comes to mind on reading about a new survey of the women's health specialists and what they don't talk about with their patients.
Most gynecologists did ask a patient if she was sexually active. A measly 14 percent asked about sexual activity and pleasure. Only 28 percent asked about a patient's sexual orientation. Yet one-quarter of the doctors say they had expressed disapproval of their patients' sexual practices.
Originally published on Thu March 22, 2012 12:29 pm
Neighborhood watch programs have long been the eyes and ears of local law enforcement, keeping tabs on suspicious behavior. But the recent shooting death of an unarmed Florida teenager by a watch volunteer may incite debate over how to balance vigilance and action.
Last week, we reported that the U.S Department of Agriculture decided it would give school food administrators alternatives to meat containing lean finely textured beef, also known as LFTB, or "pink slime" by its detractors.
Now, Wal-Mart has become the latest food retailer to announce that it's making changes after listening to customer concerns about LFTB.