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Stress is a normal part of life, a natural response that motivates us to address difficulties and threatening situations. But as normal as it is, it can still be a challenge to manage the stressful feelings and situations that we…

Homelessness is a growing problem that affects many communities throughout the country, including Atlanta, Georgia. Many women have become important advocates for change, making a difference in how policies on homelessness are created. Representation It's important for everyone's voices to…

The rate of pregnancy-related mortality in the United States is on the rise, with the state of Georgia having almost twice the national rate. Why is this? In this article, we’ll examine the various factors contributing to maternal mortality in…

By its very nature, financial hardship is challenging for anyone. But the demographic of society that is challenged the most by it is that of single mothers. Many mothers already face such opposition as wage and wealth motherhood penalties, in…

Homelessness is a growing problem in the United States.  It is estimated that 1.8% of the American population is currently homeless, and that 29% of all homeless persons are women. In fact, the quickest growing segment of the homeless population…

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