A Look at the COVID-19 Crisis for Women Experiencing Homelessness
Women experiencing homelessness are an at-risk population for whom the COVID-19 pandemic is exacerbating existing health and economic challenges.
Living with PBC: A Patient’s Journey with a Rare Liver Disease
Laurie Garza tells her personal journey of being diagnosed with primary biliary cholangitis (PBC), a chronic autoimmune liver disease, and…
Neuroscientist Jill Becker Takes Helm of Biology of Sex Differences Journal
The Biology of Sex Differences journal welcomed Dr. Jill Becker, PhD, as its new editor-in-chief earlier this month.
SWHR Endorses Momnibus Bill to Address Disparities in Maternal Health
SWHR endorses the Black Maternal Health Momnibus Act, a comprehensive package of 12 bills that address disparities in maternal health.
It’s Time for a Mood Change on Menopause
Menopause is understudied in research, often misunderstood by providers and patients, and unaddressed in many areas of health care policy.
COVID-19 Vaccination Strategies Must Ensure Equity for All Women
As government officials push forward with their vaccination strategies, they must ensure all women are protected from COVID-19 by removing…
Osteoarthritis Research and Care: The Role of Sex and Gender Differences
SWHR published a review in the Journal of Women’s Health highlighting research gaps and unmet needs around sex and genders…
Learning to Embrace Wellness in the Face of Migraine Disease
Experts joined SWHR recently for a webinar on how people with migraine can integrate wellness practices into their daily lives.
A Call to Improve Women’s Eye Health Through Research, Access, and Education
Successfully improving women’s eye health requires attention to the continuum of health across the life span and awareness of these…