In this Aug. 11, 2008, file photo, a scientist works during an IVF process. A new law, enacted in the 2020 New York state budget, mandates that certain large-group insurance plans cover IVF, and requires all private insurance companies to cover medically necessary egg freezing. (AP Photo/PA, Ben Birchall, File) less In this Aug. 11, 2008, file photo, a scientist works during an IVF process. A new law, enacted in the 2020 New York state budget, mandates that certain large-group insurance plans cover IVF, and requires all ... more Photo: Ben Birchall Photo: Ben Birchall Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 In this Aug. 11, 2008, file photo, a scientist works during an IVF process. A new law, enacted in the 2020 New York state budget, mandates that certain large-group insurance plans cover … [Read more...] about What’s covered under New York’s new in-vitro fertilization law?
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Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Book Review Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Book Review | Dani Shapiro’s New Memoir Uncovers a Life-Changing Family Secret Supported by Nonfiction Buy Book ▾ Amazon Local Booksellers Barnes and Noble When you purchase an independently reviewed book through our site, we earn an affiliate commission. ByRuth Franklin Jan. 15, 2019 INHERITANCE A Memoir of Genealogy, Paternity, and Love “You may discover things about yourself and/or your family members that may be upsetting,” warns the boilerplate legal language at 23andme.com, the website of a company that analyzes samples from DNA testing kits. Spitting into one of those test tubes a few years ago, I felt as if I were perched on the edge of a void: Here was a moment when all the veils had the potential to fall. At the time, my greatest fear was that I might be … [Read more...] about Dani Shapiro’s New Memoir Uncovers a Life-Changing Family Secret
By Dwight Brown, NNPA News Wire Film Critic The new film by Oscar-nominated director Barry Jenkins plays right into the New York Film Festival’s style guide. If Beale Street Could Talk is a lushly created, gorgeously crafted work of art. At times the style outweighs the storyline, but most people looking for art films won’t care. The same can be said about a lot of the slate at the 56th annual New York Film Festival: Visually transporting but lacking in the consistently engaging storytelling that can add pep and momentum to what’s on view. If Beale Street Could Talk (***) There was something so fresh about Moonlight. The subject matter, cast, plotline, strong production elements and understated direction put it in a class all its own. Looking back on it, most viewers will remember the narrative first, distinct characters second and the behind the scenes production elements last. The opposite is true for this new endeavor by … [Read more...] about Art Films Dominate the 2018 New York Film Festival
An April 25th article in the Golden Gate Xpress about donating eggs raises important issues for young women considering this option. It reminds us, too, of an email sent to an SFSU faculty member in September 2017 asking that she inform her students about how young women could provide/sell their eggs to UCSF’s Center for Reproductive Health. Unlike many other requests for eggs to help infertile women become pregnant, this email pitched directly to the pocket book. Students can donate up to six times for the hefty sum of $10,500 each time, it told the professor. The money, it said, can help students pay their tuition and other expenses. This is not an appeal made to the students themselves. Instead, it solicits professors to use their authority and influence (and email lists of students) to encourage young female students to bolster their finances with a decision that could adversely affect their health. It is a deeply troubling request for faculty members to abuse their positions … [Read more...] about Risk vs. Reward: Two womens health care professionals offer insight to the dangers of egg harvesting
Mark Leibovich may be the only person to conduct interviews inside both the White House and Tom Brady’s top-floor Manhattan apartment. The New York Times Magazine correspondent won acclaim for his unsparing portrait of Washington, D.C.’s political culture in his 2013 book, This Town. Five years later, his newest book, set to be released Sept. 4, takes on the NFL, with a heavy focus on the New England Patriots. Big Game: The NFL in Dangerous Times chronicles the last four years of “peak football” in an amusing narrative that weaves from not one but two of Tom Brady’s homes to NFL owners meetings to a scotch-filled visit to the infamous bus of Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones — not to mention encounters with President Donald Trump. As both a Massachusetts native whose football-rooting loyalties remain with the Patriots and a reporter specializing in politics, Leibovich spent much of the past few years reporting on Brady, on … [Read more...] about ‘They can do whatever they want’: 6 things we learned about Tom Brady and the Patriots from Mark Leibovich’s new NFL book