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Dr. Langdon is an obstetrician gynecologist with 19 years of clinical experience in a suburban Midwestern community. She is the inventor of a patent pending medical device to treat a common gynecologic condition and she's researched and written extensively about women's health.
Roo Harrigan is a software engineer at Slack who found her coding calling after years of working around tech. We got together to get the scoop on her technical journey and how she stayed sane throughout it–you're not going to want to miss her wellness hacks.
Ever heard of DNA? Any chance you’re reading this on a computer? Or maybe you learned a little bit in school about why you have your mother’s eyes. If so, you have women of science to thank. Here’s a brief round-up of some of our favorites–i.e. the baddest brains in science—all women.
Intrauterine Devices, or IUDs, are not new–but their popularity is rising. 8% of women aged 15-44 in the U.S. choose IUDs to keep watch over their uteruses. And in the last year, there’s been a rather, well, interesting spike in IUD use. Athena insight reported a 30% increase in visits for IUD procedures and according to Planned Parenthood, demand for IUDs is up 900% since last November.