Monday’s Roundup: A CEO determined to get women investing, ‘squish-free’ mammograms, the struggles of startups geared towards new mothers, and more...

October 02, 2017 Kimberly Williams

Happy October everyone! How is it already time for Hocus Pocus memes and Halloween decorations? Time flies and we hope your Monday will too with these posts from around the web.

“Venture capitalists, however, do not appear to share my enthusiasm for breast-pump #disruption”. The New Yorker’s executive editor, Jessica Winter, points out the blind spots investors have when it comes to investing in startups for mothers and babies.

While a ‘painless mammogram’ sounds like more of an oxymoron, this curved-plate technology could make squished screenings a thing of the past. Hallelujah!

Did you know about 80% of all cases of cardiovascular disease are preventable? Here are 7 habits for a healthy heart.

What’s the link between birth control and yeast infections? Here’s how to know which birth control will work with your natural flora and fauna.

“We women will not be fully equal with men until we are financially equal with men.” Sallie Krawcheck, the CEO of Ellevest, shares the five times she heard “No” when starting her business (and why she never listened).

Variety is the spice of life. These mexi cauliflower rice-stuffed peppers are creative way to revamp your favorite produce.

Last but not least, what if everyone ate beans instead of beef? This video illustrates how one dietary change could get the U.S. closer to greenhouse-gas emission goals.



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