Elevating the Impacts of Autoimmune Disease and Black Women’s Health
While it is unclear what makes someone more at risk for an autoimmune disease, constructs, such as race and ethnicity,…
SWHR Welcomes Three New Members to Board in 2024 
SWHR is pleased to welcome three new leaders Shyamasundaran Kottilil, MD, PhD, Christine Harhaj, and Catherine Spong, MD to its…
SWHR Launches Heart Health Policy Agenda
SWHR launched its latest policy agenda, "Improving Women's Heart Health Outcomes Across the Lifespan," informed by an interdisciplinary Heart Health…
How SWHR is Driving its 2023-2024 Policy Agenda Priorities
SWHR launched its 2023-2024 Federal Legislative Agenda, outlining key areas for SWHR engagement in the legislative and regulatory arenas. The…
Cervical Cancer Awareness Month Event Spotlights How to Prevent HPV-Related Cancers 
Read takeaways from the HealthyWomen’s Congressional Briefing on Preventing HPV-Related Cancers through Vaccination and Screening, in recognition of HPV Prevention…
SWHR Announces 2024 Honorees for Women’s Health Visionary Awards in Advance of Annual Awards Gala 
SWHR will honor three leaders for their contributions to advancing women’s health at its 2024 Annual Awards Gala on Thursday,…
A Call to Action to Addressing Heart Health Across a Woman’s Lifespan, Informed by Data Dashboard
To offer solutions and bring attention to IHD and American Heart Month this February, SWHR has released a resource spotlighting…
Flu-Free Motherhood: Navigating Flu Season Safely for Expectant Moms
Flu infections can lead to hospitalizations and deaths for people of all ages. However, these severe outcomes tend to be…
Congress Passes and President Biden Signs Continuing Resolution to Avoid a January Government Shutdown
On January 19, President Joe Biden signed a funding bill that will keep the U.S. government open and funded at…