SWHR recently convened a diverse working group of expert researchers, health care providers, patient advocates, and policy leaders for a roundtable discussion on the health, social, and economic impacts of these conditions on women.
For many couples, infertility causes great distress and concern. Fortunately, there are treatment options available that may increase fertility...
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Across research and health policy, the unique needs of women as patients, caregivers, and primary health care decision-makers for their families are receiving more attention.
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While our livers are constantly aiding processes that maintain our health, we seldom think about how to keep our liver healthy. Fortunately, there are lifestyle changes women can make to proactively enhance their liver health.
The national opioid epidemic was already raging before COVID-19 hit the United States. During the pandemic, the situation severely worsened, including for those who are pregnant.
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