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gender-neutral

adjective Referring to anything, toys and other products, activities and services that can accommodate the needs of either sex
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Everest's gender-specific environment cultivates self esteem and quickly builds leadership abilities.
CardioWellness can help facilities grow their gender-specific cardiovascular care programs with its sophisticated database for tracking patients from risk assessment through treatment," said Randy Marc Lasnick, director of marketing at LUMEDX Corporation.
REI's new hydration line offers gender-specific designs for optimal performance and carrying capacity.
com), a subscription-based executive job site for senior managers making $100,000+, has added a new forum created for top female executives to help them build their personal networks to share leads and career contacts, and to discuss gender-specific issues that challenge career advancement.
Under the direction of The Partnership for Gender-Specific Medicine at Columbia University and its founder, Marianne J.
The company expects to market its expanding suite of innovative products, including gender-specific transdermal HRT creams, science-based nutritional supplements and skin care products to consumers and medical practitioners worldwide.
Jim Haynie) is an ignorant farmer who bought into every gender-specific stereotype imaginable.
In the past year alone, Cook has launched a new Women's Health business unit, which has already contributed state-of-the-art gender-specific medical devices to the healthcare industry.
Founded in 1991, Everest Academy is a private, independent Catholic school offering co-ed education for preschool through grade 2, and gender-specific education for grade 3 to high school.
These tapes come in colors often used for gender-specific diapers.
Wilmerding opens womens eyes to the advantages of buying an existing business, acquiring a franchise, or consulting for or buying into a small company or family enterprise, and she packages this advice with helpful gender-specific insight.
Legatto, an internationally known academic physician, medical educator, author, lecturer and specialist in women's health is Professor of Clinical Medicine at Columbia University College of Physicians & Surgeons, Founder and Director of the Partnership for Women's Health at Columbia University, founder and director of the Partnership for Gender-Specific Medicine.