Harnessing the Power of Data and Technology to Improve Public Health
Members of the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology team— spoke at a Policy Advisory Council meeting…
SWHR’s Toolkit Helps Women Prepare for and Embrace the Menopause Transition
The Menopause Preparedness Toolkit can help support women through the menopause transition and prepare them for menopause conversations with physicians,…
Alzheimer’s Disease Should Not Be a Normal Part of Aging: Recognizing Alzheimer’s & Brain Awareness Month 
June is Alzheimer’s & Brain Awareness Month, a time to bring awareness to and expand education around Alzheimer's and brain…
The U.S. Infant Formula Shortage Raises Concerns for Infants and Families Alike
The U.S. infant formula shortage deeply impacts parents and children, and has left many families worried about how they are…
Acknowledging the Dual Realities of Parent and Caregiver: A Mother’s Journey with Her Daughter’s Narcolepsy
Tammy Anderson, an advocate and volunteer with Wake Up Narcolepsy, shared her experience caring for her child with narcolepsy.
SWHR Celebrates Equal Research Day, June 10
The inaugural Equal Research Day, on June 10, 2022 honors the date of June 10, 1993 when Congress passed the…
Staying Current on STD Screenings: What You Need to Know
Fewer people were tested for sexually transmitted infections during the COVID-19 pandemic, impacting routine STI services and preventative health care.
Women’s Bone Health: How Awareness, Policy, and Care Across the Lifespan Can Shape Outcomes
An April meeting of interdisciplinary clinicians, researchers, patients and patient advocates, and policy leaders discussed women's bone health care and…
SWHR Pain Network Meeting Addresses Need to Close Gaps in Access to Telemedicine
An SWHR Pain Network meeting featured Dr. Chiang and her findings on telemedicine for headache care during the pandemic.