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PTSD in female veterans, popularity of midwives and more.

Published June 1, 2006 8:21PM (EDT)

CNN: Military studies impact of post-traumatic stress disorder on female veterans, who have been closer to combat in Iraq than women have been in any other conflict.

Los Angeles Times: Carolyn Shaw Bell, a Wellesley economics professor who inspired female students to pursue careers in male-dominated business and finance, has died at 85.

Associated Press: The number of mothers opting for midwives has doubled since 1990, but insurance coverage varies.

Stateline.org: Several states establish age minimums for marriage.

Associated Press: Study looks at why lung cancer is different in men and women.

Careerbuilder.com: Its list of five "dream jobs for women" includes Hollywood wardrobe stylist, ice cream creator and doll-fashion designer. A Broadsheet reader asks, "What century are we in?"

By Sarah Elizabeth Richards

Sarah Elizabeth Richards is a journalist based in New York. She can be reached at sarah@saraherichards.com.

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