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Imagine a focus on care just for women, at home and around the world. How do we get there? Perhaps, we need to reframe the conversation. Join us to learn, share and ask tough questions that give each of us the opportunity to paint our best picture of health, every day.

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Womenshealth.com is a multidisciplinary community of leading health experts driven by the opportunity to create a better picture for women’s health. We are pioneers for possibility. We are thought leaders, health practitioners and centers of excellence united by the question, “What if?” We are advocates for a broader, more inclusive picture of health and wellbeing as it relates to care for women at key life stages.

What We Do

We bring together the world’s leading minds and practitioners in women’s health to help you get the answers you need to live your best picture of health. Here, you’ll find diverse perspectives and emerging information on women’s health that reinforces your individuality within the wider context of our common health challenges and goals.

At womenshealth.com our vision is to help you get relevant, trusted health information and support that fits.

Women’s Health Explained


The Promise of Gender Specific Care
Paula Johnson, MD

Our Community

60 Minutes Airs Sex Matters: Drugs Can Affect Sexes Differently

Following a Food and Drug Administration first-of-its-kind ‘prescribe by gender’ announcement for Ambien, a common sleeping pill, we’re learning scientists are only now realizing the potentially dangerous implications of understudied sex differences.

Watch the 60 Minutes segment here.

Can Boron help prevent Osteoporosis?

Boron is an essential trace mineral found in the fruits, vegetables, and nuts we eat… More.

Is Omega-3 in fish oil better than in flax seed oil?

There are three types of omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids.. More.

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Getting The Right Treatment For Menopause Just Got Easier

Need help navigating your menopause treatment options? The Endocrine Society has developed an online Menopause Map to help women and their doctors discuss which hormonal and non-hormonal treatment options would be most effective and safe to relieve the sometimes-debilitating symptoms of menopause. Try it here.

Our Thought Leaders

  • Cathy Cram, MS, our WomensHealth Fitness Expert, specializes in maternal fitness.

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