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WeWork accused of discrimination in pregnancy by former employee

Medina Bardhi, who claimed to have been pregnant twice in the company and to have taken maternity leave every time, claims the discrimination started in 2013 when she had interviewed the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. Neumann had asked her then if she wanted to marry and get pregnant. When she got pregnant in March 2016, she said she was "forced" …

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Rachel Bloom Announces Pregnancy After Emmy Win – Variety

fourteenth September 2019, 19:44 PT Rachel Bloom, the "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend" star, made a special announcement after she won her Emmy for the best original music and lyrics – she's pregnant on Saturday the Creative Arts Emmy Awards. She joked that she had intended to post the news on Instagram, but Emmys was even better. Bloom won the Emmy with Adam …

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In-laws are too selfish to notice a pregnancy

LOVE AMY: My husband and I are very frustrated with his father and his father's second wife, who turned up when all the children were adults. For almost a decade, we've tried to make contacts and make life together more bearable. It does not work and I'm ready to throw in the towel. Amy, they just refuse to get involved …

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Gab3 is required for IL-2 and IL-15-induced NK cell expansion and limiting trophoblastic invasion during pregnancy

INTRODUCTION The Grb2-associated binding (gab) family proteins support scaffolding and docking functions. Gab family members, comprising Gab1-3, contain a highly conserved N-terminal pleckstrin homology (PH) domain as well as various phosphorylation sites specific for tyrosine kinases ( 1 – 3 ). The PH domain mediates plasma membrane recruitment by interacting with lipids as phosphatidylinositol 3,4,5-triphosphate (PIP 3 ), whereas the …

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Gab3 is required for IL-2 and IL-15-induced NK cell expansion and limits trophoblast invasion during pregnancy

INTRODUCTION The proteins of the Grb2-associated binding family (Gab) support the assembly of activated signal complexes by means of framework and docking functions. Gab family members consisting of Gab1-3 contain a highly conserved N-terminal pleckstrin homology domain (PH) as well as various phosphorylation sites specific for tyrosine kinases ( 1 – 3 ). The PH domain mediates the recruitment of …

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