SWHR Celebrates 30 Years of Working to Make Women’s Health Mainstream
SWHR celebrated its 30th anniversary at its virtual annual awards gala Thursday evening and honored three women leaders who have…
SWHR Hires Irene Aninye as Director of Science Programs
The Society for Women’s Health Research announced the hiring of Dr. Irene Aninye as SWHR’s new Director of Science Programs.…
Understanding Disparities in COVID-19 Research and Response
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed lives across the world, but not to the same extent. Vast gender and racial disparities…
SWHR to Honor 3 Women Leaders in Science and Medicine at 30th Anniversary Event
SWHR will celebrate its 30th anniversary at its virtual annual awards dinner on October 22 and honor three women leaders…
SWHR Debuts Toolkit with Wellness Strategies for Migraine Patients
Living well with migraine is possible. To guide people with migraine on their journey toward wellness, SWHR created the new…
9 in 10 People With This Rare Liver Disease Are Women 
PBC is a chronic and progressive autoimmune liver disease that overwhelmingly affects women, but researchers have yet to determine the exact…
Advances in Pregnancy Care: What Parents Need to Know About Genetic Screening
Noninvasive prenatal screening and expanded carrier screening allow families to gain insight into the risk posed by certain heritable conditions.…
Pandemic Imperils Cancer Prevention, Screening, and Treatment for Women
Many women have been hesitant or unable to attend health care visits because of the COVID-19 pandemic, leading to thousands…
Your Counselor Will See You Now: How Genetic Counselors Are Leading the Way on Telehealth
During the COVID-19 pandemic, more clinicians than ever are turning to telehealth. But one group of providers has been seeing…