Why You Should Care About Primary Biliary Cholangitis
By Natalia Gurevich, SWHR Communications Intern What is PBC? Not to be confused with other, similar acronyms (PBS is a…
Why The Opioid Epidemic Impacts More Women Than Men
By Heather Boyd, MPP, Director of Public Policy at SWHR Approximately 50 million American women live with pain associated with…
Delving into Genitourinary Syndrome of Menopause
By Rebecca Nebel, PhD, Assistant Director, Scientific Programs In our last installment of the Hormones Across The Lifespan series, we…
Cap Off Your 21st With A Little Pap!
By Natalia Gurevich, SWHR Communications Intern Many women have a Judy Bloom-esque “first period” story, but has anyone ever told…
Lack of Female Injury Coverage — The Achilles Heel of the Olympic Games
By Natalia Gurevich, SWHR Communications Intern Women have come a long way in the world of professional athletics. But the…
DiabetesSisters and the Society for Women’s Health Research Release A Report On Women and Diabetes
Women and Diabetes: 10 Relevant Health Topics for Women Living with Diabetes, Advancing Women’s Health through Prevention, Diagnosis, Treatment and…
Society for Women’s Health Research Launches New Interdisciplinary Network to Focus on Sex Differences in Alzheimer’s Disease
SWHR announces the start of a new initiative focused on examining sex and gender differences in Alzheimer’s disease.
“Hidden In My Body:” The Case Of The Unapparent Uterine Fibroid
By Aimee Gallagher, MPH, MS, Scientific Program Manager at SWHR Uterine fibroids were something that I didn’t know a thing…
SWHR Announces New Interdisciplinary Sleep Network Members
The Society for Women’s Health Research (SWHR®) recently selected two additional members to join its Interdisciplinary Network on Sleep. Please…