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Here’s how England plans to end taboos about women’s health

Dame Lesley Regan was appointed as the new Women’s Health Ambassador for England Image: Unsplash/National Cancer Institute

Kate Whiting
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Women’s health: between 2020 and 2021, overall levels of stress were 4% higher in women than in men. Image: Global Gender Gap Report
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