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5.13.24 | Policy
SWHR Submits FY 2025 Outside Witness Testimony to House Labor-HHS Appropriations Subcommittee

5.13.24 | Endometriosis
Endometriosis Caucus Reception for Women’s Health Month

Endometriosis is a chronic gynecological disease that affects more than 6.5 million women between the ages of 15-44 in the […]

black mom pregnant with doctor at computer 4.12.24 | Policy
National Academies Issues New Report on Including Pregnant and Lactating Women in Research

By Bria Fitz, MA, SWHR Public Policy Fellow The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, & Medicine (NASEM) released a new […]

4.10.24 | Obesity
Exploring Obesity’s Impact on Women and Policy’s Role in Improving Outcomes

Check out presenter slides from the event here.   Obesity is a significant public health issue in the United States, […]

4.10.24 | Obesity
Beyond the Stigma: Obesity’s Impact on Women’s Health

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) describes obesity as “a common, serious, and costly chronic disease of adults and children […]

3.22.24 | Obesity
Obesity Disparities in Women and Factors Impacting Health Outcomes

3.8.24
Statement from the Society for Women’s Health Research on President Biden’s 2024 State of the Union Address

March 7, 2024—The Society for Women’s Health Research released the following statement in response to the 2024 State of the […]

3.6.24
Webinar on Women’s Health — Obtain Updates on Funding and more!

WHIS is teaming up with G2G Consulting, WHAM, American Medical Women’s Association, Black Women’s Health Imperative, FemInnovation, Health Collaboration Partners, […]

3.6.24 | Menopause
Menopause Resource Guides Aim to Create Menopause-Friendly Workplaces for All

Inspired by the EMPACT Menopause Study findings, SWHR developed a set of resource guides to help address these significant gaps for midlife and older women and ultimately help improve wellness for all individuals at work.  

2.28.24 | Menopause
The Impact of Menopause on Women at Work: A Guide Conversation

SWHR hosts this webinar to discuss the challenges that women experiencing menopause symptoms face in the workplace and explore strategies that employers and supervisors can implement to improve workplace environments for midlife and postmenopausal women.