This "Vagaries Of Fashion" spread from Italian Vogue — seen on Sociological Images — is the third "neglectful mom" shoot we've seen from a fashion magazine this year.
Jason Umans, an internist and maternal-fetal pharmacologist at Georgetown University tells Time: "In emergencies, you always hear, 'Treat the pregnant women first!' The joke should be 'Yeah, how?'" Because when it comes to drugs, and drug testing, pregnant women are often left out of the equation.
On Tuesday, NPR featured a segment on the difficulties of balancing work and family, but this time with an interesting twist: all the women interviewed were in the military.
First of all, despite what you hear about Nicole Kidman, Madonna and Holly Hunter, women do indeed have a biological clock, and attempting motherhood at or after 40 comes with dangers and risks. Namely, that less than half (44%) of 40-year-old women will get pregnant and have a baby within a year and half of all…