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Today in Women’s History: Rosalyn Yalow

She helped refine radioimmunoassay, a technique for measuring hormones and other body chemicals. There’s a good chance the last medical test you had exists because of Yalow’s work, for which she shared a Nobel Prize in physiology and medicine. Click Here to purchase your copy of “Rosalyn Yalow: Nobel Laureate: Her Life and Work in

 
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Today in Women’s History: Lillian Moller Gilbreth

She boosted workplace efficiency, advanced the field of motion study, and designed equipment to make housework easier for the disabled. And she did all that while caring for her 12 kids: She’s the mom in Cheaper by the Dozen. Click Here to purchase your copy of “Making Time: Lillian Moller Gilbreth — A Life Beyond

 
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Today in Women’s History: Elizabeth Blackwell, M.D.

The first American woman to graduate from medical school, she started the NY Infirmary for Indigent Women and Children, and taught medicine for years. Click Here to purchase your copy of “Elizabeth Blackwell: First Woman M.D.” by Nancy Kline

 
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