Zika: Do We Still Have To Worry? Yes.
By Clarissa K. Wittenberg A moment for reflection The first shock of the Zika virus epidemic has passed, but the…
SWHR Welcomes New Member to Urology Network
By the Society for Women’s Health Research The Society for Women’s Health Research (SWHR®) is pleased to welcome Mary Happel…
SWHR Cohosts Sex Differences Conference at University of Colorado
By The Society for Women’s Health Research From September 28 through 30, the Society for Women’s Health Research (SWHR®) cohosted…
Lung Cancer – What’s My Risk? What Are My Treatment Options?
By The Society for Women’s Health Research and The American Lung Association Lung cancer is a life-changing diagnosis that effects…
This Election, Vote With Your Mind
By Natalia Gurevich, SWHR Communications Intern It has been an eventful year for mental health. From new research into post-traumatic…
Migraines: More Than Just a “Headache”
By Natalia Gurevich, SWHR Communications Intern For those who have never been affected, the distinction between a headache and a…
You Are Not Alone: Women’s (Mis)Conceptions About Genitourinary Syndrome of Menopause
By Rebecca Nebel, PhD, Assistant Director of Scientific Programs at SWHR In our previous Hormones Across the Lifespan posts, we…
Zika: Women and Children Are At Risk
By Clarissa K. Wittenberg, former senior communications officer at the National Institutes of Health Since its outbreak in early 2015…
By Judette Louis, MD, MPH, University of South Florida, SWHR Interdisciplinary Network on Sleep Member and Yu Sun Bin, PhD,…