SWHR Launches Coalition to Support NIH Office of Research on Women’s Health
During National Women's Health Week, SWHR launched a new coalition to support the important work of the NIH Office of Research on Women’s Health. 
Maternal Health Literacy: Educating Mothers to Keep Them Safe
Poor health literacy is a contributing factor to health disparities and may influence maternal and infant health. 
SWHR Honors Leaders Advancing Women’s Health at 2021 Virtual Annual Awards Gala
SWHR's supporters gathered together virtually for SWHR’s 2021 Annual Awards Gala on April 29 to honor three women who have…
A Psychiatrist’s Advice for Managing Chronic Liver Illness
Psychological care can have an immense impact on the quality of life for patients with chronic health issues.
COVID-19 Impedes Career Progress for Women in STEMM
The COVID-19 pandemic has imperiled the careers of many women in the biomedical workforce as they face disproportionately greater caregiving…
Report on Osteoporosis-Related Bone Fractures Reveals High Burden on Women and Society
Implementing broader efforts around the prevention of osteoporosis and treatment of related fractures would have a major impact on women’s…
COVID-19: More Research Needed on Maternal and Infant Health Outcomes
Pregnant individuals and newborns have immune systems that are more susceptible to viral infections than the general population.
Panel: Improving Diversity in Clinical Trials Better Serves Patients
Researchers and health care stakeholders must actively pursue more representative clinical trials and make changes that encourage the participation of…
Exploring Opportunities to Engage with NIH and FDA to Advance Research
SWHR looks forward to working with the new Congress and administration to advance women’s health, and will continue to support…