Embracing Life with Lupus: Understanding Gaps and Accelerating Opportunities to Advance the Health of Women with Lupus
By Monica Lefton, Communications Manager. Fatigue, hair loss, skin rashes, sensitivity to the sun, swollen and painful joints, and kidney…
Responsum Health and Society for Women’s Health Research Announce New Partnership
Collaborative effort to drive awareness of uterine fibroids Today, Responsum Health (Responsum), an innovative developer of personalized patient apps, announced a partnership…
New Fact Sheet Highlights Disproportionate Impact of Alzheimer’s Disease on Women as Patients and Caregivers
Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is a rapidly growing and costly public health crisis—and it is one that disproportionately affects women. Of…
Harnessing the Power of Data and Technology to Improve Public Health
Health information technology (health IT) has played an evolving role in the U.S. health care system—from early documentation of medical…
SWHR’s Toolkit Helps Women Prepare for and Embrace the Menopause Transition
The menopause transition (perimenopause) is a naturally occurring life stage in which a woman’s menstrual cycles eventually come to an…
Alzheimer’s Disease Should Not Be a Normal Part of Aging: Recognizing Alzheimer’s & Brain Awareness Month 
By Amy Luther, Communications and Policy Intern.   Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is a degenerative and irreversible brain disorder, which progressively destroys…
The U.S. Infant Formula Shortage Raises Concerns for Infants and Families Alike
For the past months, families across the United States have been grappling with an infant formula shortage—one that U.S. Food…
Acknowledging the Dual Realities of Parent and Caregiver: A Mother’s Journey with Her Daughter’s Narcolepsy
SWHR spoke with Tammy Anderson, an advocate and volunteer with Wake Up Narcolepsy, about her journey caring for her child…
SWHR Celebrates Equal Research Day, June 10
On June 10, 1993, Congress passed the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Revitalization Act of 1993, mandating that women and…