What else we're reading
Birth control scam, breast-feeding smarts and more.
October 4, 2006 11:00PM (UTC)
Bay City Times, via Kaiser: A Michigan health department knowingly overcharged lowest-income patients for birth control.
The Guardian: Scientists rethink link between breast-feeding and babies' IQ.
TomPaine.com, via AlterNet: Poor? Just get married.
EU Observer: European Court of Justice says employers can pay men more than women.
Inside Higher Ed: New Yale study: OK, maybe not so many Ivy mothers-to-be plan to leave the workforce.
New York Times: Pythagoras said numbers are "male." You do the math.
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