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Pictured: Milena Bacalja Perianes, Mariana de la Roche and Danielle Keiser, Managing Partners at Madami.

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What have we learned in the past year?

By Halley Claire Bass for the Menstrual Health Hub

In this opinion piece, Halley Claire Bass, a holistic business coach and Intuition Medicine® practitioner dives into the impact of the pandemic on the menstrual cycle, how it has affected our bodies, and also impacted access to healthcare and menstrual products across the world.

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Imagen: Sora Shimazaki (edición Mh Hub)
Image: Twitter @MonicaLennon7. 22. Nov. 2020

A historic day in period policy history

On November 24th, 2020, the Scottish Parliament announced its unanimous decision to make menstrual products, such as pads and tampons, free to those who need them. …

To shed light on menstrual health misconceptions, we have partnered with DivaCares by Diva Cup to set the record straight around some of the most persistent myths and misconceptions in menstrual health.

Original post on DivaCares, January 27, 2021.

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Menstrual Health Misconception #1: Menstrual hygiene is a human right

Guest post by Terri Harris, Menstrual Health Educational Trainer and PMDD Advocate

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Hawa Oimar, 15, who is in grade CM1, writes on a blackboard in a classroom at the school she attends in Danamadja, southern Chad. © UNICEF/UN0122322/Faffin


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