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Women's Life

Makana Shook, editor

 

Hawai‘i’s first Filipina-American anchor

Having a father as a pioneer in local television and founder of the first Filipino-language radio station, Emme Tomimbang was on the track toward being in Hawai‘i’s broadcast industry. At the age of three, many kids are learning their alphabets or numbers, but Tomimbang already knew a song by heart and made her radio debut on her father’s radio show on KISA radio. At the age of 10, Tomimbang had her own radio program within her father’s show. [More]


Emme Tomimbang, right, interviews former Philippine First Lady Imelda Marquos.

Courtesy KHON

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Students cautioned about new contraceptive, Lybrel

What if there was a birth control pill that could prevent monthly cramps, bloating, mood swings, headaches, and heavy bleeding which could lead to anemia? Women would be beating down the doors to get it, right? [More]

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Breast cancer linked to pollution

Dear EarthTalk: Is there any proof linking human breast cancer to exposure to chemicals in the environment? Or do researchers think most cases of breast cancers are genetically inherited?

— Bettine Carroll, New York, NY [More]

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