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Fashionista reported that the global secondhand clothing market will reach as much as $350 billion in merchandise value by 2028.

Allure looked at the world of “dermfluencers,” the popular dermatologists of social media.

Harvard Business Review gave advice on handling imposter syndrome when you’re stepping into a role you originally were rejected from.

Axios shared that for every $1 spent on child care benefits, employers saw a net gain of between $0.90 and $4.25 through reduced absenteeism and lateness, and lower rates of attrition.

The New York Times [gift link] explained how to recognize and prevent basal cell carcinoma, the most common form of skin cancer.

The Washington Post [gift link] looked at how women are sharing their painful IUD insertion experiences on social media, while ACOG notes that research has not demonstrated “an effective strategy to mitigate this discomfort.”

Glamour explained why mammograms can be inadequate for screening younger women and detailed what options are available.

The Cut reported that there were more than 26,000 additional self-managed abortions in the first six months after Dobbs, and around 32,200 fewer clinician-provided abortions during that time.

Your Laugh of the Week comes from Reductress, with “Documentary Topic Going to Become Woman’s Only Interest for Next Week.”

On CorporetteMoms Recently…

We looked back at past CorporetteMoms posts, including a Week in the Life from an in-house counsel in Texas and the best probiotics for kids.

We offered some clothes for working moms, including some maternity basics and washable workwear.

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