The Reality of Premature Birth
Mother Gina Schroeder, who delivered at 31 weeks, did not know she was at risk for having a premature baby.…
STDs are Incredibly Common – So Why The Stigma?
By Natalia Gurevich, SWHR Communications Intern Chlamydia, herpes, HIV – I could go on. I’m sure most of these terms…
SWHR Attends Annual OSSD Meeting
  The Society for Women’s Health Research (SWHR®) attended the 10th annual Organization for the Study of Sex Differences (OSSD)…
SWHR Participates in Clinical Trials Education Event
The Society for Women’s Health Research (SWHR®) participated in AWARE for All, a public education event hosted by the Center…
Does Lung Cancer Have a Gender Bias?
By The Society for Women’s Health Research and The American Lung Association Recently, the American Lung Association surveyed 1,000 American…
Phyllis Greenberger, SWHR’s Leader For More Than Two Decades, Steps Down as President & CEO
Contact: Taylor Kuether Phone: 202-223-8224 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Phyllis Greenberger, SWHR’s Leader For More Than Two Decades, Steps Down as…
Cancer Advocates Press for Swift Implementation of the Breast Cancer Patient Education Act of 2015
WASHINGTON (May 17, 2016) – Now that the number of mastectomies is increasing significantly, advocates and experts fighting for improved treatments…
VVA: What Is It, And What Does It Mean For Post-Menopausal Women?
It’s no secret that with menopause comes a variety of hormonal changes – all of which affect the body in…
Mental Health: The Hidden Illness Plaguing Minority Communities
Mental health includes our emotional, psychological, and social well-being and impacts how we think, what we feel, and how we…