Abortion is legal, support for gay rights and marriage equality is growing, women comprise fully 50 percent of medical school classes, and Our Bodies, Ourselves just celebrated its 40th anniversary.
What does OBOS stand for?
OBOS stands for Our Bodies, Ourselves (women's health book and organization)
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- One Barangay One Product (Philippines)
- Osrodek Badania Opinii Publicznej (Polish)
- Old Buddy, Old Pal, Old Friend Of Mine
- Ohio Board of Regents
- Object-Oriented Neural Network
- Object-Oriented Neural Network Simulator
- Office of the Board of Studies (Australia)
- Open Be Operating System
- Oslo Bolig Og Sparelag (housing; Oslo, Norway)
- Our Bodies, Ourselves (Boston Women’s Health Book Collective book)
- Office-Based Opioid Treatment
- One Book, One Vancouver (Canada)
- Ovarian Branch of the Ovarian Vein (reproduction)
- Object Based Programming
- Oceans Beyond Piracy (One Earth Future)
- Octamer Binding Protein (molecular biology)
- Office of Biomass Program (US Department of Energy)
- Office of Border Patrol
- Officer's Battle Pod (gaming)
- Officiële Belgische Postzegelcatalogus (Dutch)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Our Bodies, Ourselves Boston Women's Health Book Collective Touchstone c/o Simon and Schuster 1230 Avenue of the Americas, 14th fl.
Our Bodies, Ourselves: Menopause by The Boston Women's Health Book Collective (Simon & Schuster, 2006) SINCE 1970, when the first newsprint edition of Our Bodies, Ourselves became available, the Boston Women's Health Book Collective has spoken out on behalf of--and to--the women of North America.
Our Bodies, Ourselves A New Edition For A New Era By The Boston Women's Health Book Collective The latest edition of Our Bodies, Ourselves has arrived, and with it comes information, personal stories and advice on how to best take care of our bodies in order to live long, healthy and quality lives.
Boston Women's Health Collective, Our Bodies, Ourselves (Boston, 1969), 253.