In Opioid Addiction, Both Babies and Their Mothers Deserve Care
Every 19 minutes, an infant is born in the U.S. who will suffer from opiate withdrawal [1]. These babies, whose…
The Society for Women’s Health Research Talks Revolutionizing Healthcare & Research Through Data at Annual Gala Dinner
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE   May 10, 2016 Contact: Heena Patel Phone: 202-223-8224 The Society for Women’s Health Research Talks Revolutionizing Healthcare…
12 Percent of People Will Be Diagnosed With This Life-Threatening Heart Disease
The prevalence of aortic stenosis is as high as 12 percent among those 75 and older, and because women generally…
We Don’t Need a Zika Czar. We Need a Women’s Health Czar.
By Sabra L. Klein, PhD, Associate Professor of Molecular Microbiology Immunology, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Pregnant women…
Outcomes from SWHR’s Multi-stakeholder Workshop on Achieving Meaningful Subgroup Data in Clinical Trials Released
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE March 30, 2016 CONTACT: Leslie Ritter 202-223-8224 leslie@swhr.org Outcomes from SWHR’s Multi-stakeholder Workshop on Achieving Meaningful Subgroup…
Afraid of Colonoscopies? Alternative Noninvasive Tests Are Available but Inaccessible
Colonoscopy. If the word makes you uneasy, you’re far from alone. Unfortunately, aversion to colonoscopies is incredibly common and is…
SWHR Thanks House Appropriators for NIH Support
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) serves as the America’s premier biomedical research agency and many of the health-related advances…
Not Just a Man’s Disease
Colorectal cancer is not just a man’s disease — it’s the third most common cancer in women behind lung and…
Hormones, From Puberty to Post-Menopause
If you’re a woman, you probably know that our bodies go through myriad changes during the course of our lives.…