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2.23.24 | Heart Health
SWHR Policy Agenda: Improving Women’s Heart Health Outcomes Across the Lifespan

Heart disease is the leading cause of death for both women and men in the United States, resulting in one […]

2.7.24 | Heart Health
A Lifespan Approach to Addressing Ischemic Heart Disease in Women

A Call to Action from the Society for Women’s Health Research Despite the prevalence of heart disease and its history […]

9.15.23 | Heart Health
It’s time to… Read My Lips

Narcolepsy is a chronic disorder that is often misinterpreted in children as laziness or lack of motivation. Teachers can mistake […]

6.29.23 | Health Equity
Advancing Care for Women with Alzheimer’s Disease

A Call to Action from the Society for Women’s Health Research Despite the broad investment in Alzheimer’s disease research and […]

12.2.22 | Autoimmune
Improving Outcomes for Women with Autoimmune Diseases and Conditions: A Call to Action

It is estimated that between 23.5 million and 50 million Americans are living with autoimmune diseases and conditions, and the […]

11.16.22 | Alzheimers Disease
SWHR Policy Agenda: Breaking Down the Burden of Alzheimer’s Disease for Women

The Alzheimer’s Association estimates that there are 6.5 million adults age 65 and older who are living with Alzheimer’s disease […]

8.29.22 | Bone Health
Promoting Bone Health Through Policy: A Call to Action

As the United States population ages, the burden of fractures across the country is expected to rise. However, through the […]

8.10.22 | Lupus
Call to Action: Addressing Health Care Barriers for Women Living with Lupus

A Call to Action from the Society for Women’s Health Research BACKGROUND Lupus is a chronic immune-mediated inflammatory disease in […]

4.18.21 | Coronavirus
Coronavirus and Women’s Health Resource Hub

3.23.21 | Coronavirus
Position Statement: Women and COVID-19

An Official Position Statement of the Society for Women’s Health Research POSITION Policies that address COVID-19 prevention, treatment, and pandemic […]