News from HealthyWomen

Trust in Cervical Cancer Screening is Strong - Extending Time Between Tests Triggers Concern

Signature Event on Advancing Women's Health to be Hosted by Healthcare Businesswomen's Association and

The New 'Fine'?: Nurses Look at Ways to Move Closer Toward a Work-life Balance

Bayer and HealthyWomen Launch Family Size Matters to Help Raise Awareness on Family Planning for Women Who are Done Having Children

Groundbreaking HBA Metro Chapter Event Highlights Innovation and Advancement in Women's Healthcare

HealthyWomen to Host "Pharma in the Digital Age" Panel Discussion at the Digital Health Summit in New York City

HealthyWomen and Men's Health Network Announce Strategic Partnership

Western Pain Society Galvanizes Coalition to Launch the Alliance for Rational Use of NSAIDs

HealthyWomen Joins Sharecare as a New Content Collaborator, Providing Expert Information on Women's Health

Eye on Lashes: What Women Are Saying and Doing

Join the Conversation! HealthyWomen Announces the Launch of Its New Online Community

Women and Obesity: How Far Have We Come?

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HealthyWomen Discusses Sex Survey Results on HuffPost Live

15% of women can't remember the last time they had sex. Nancy Berman ANP-BC, NCMP, a member of HealthyWomen's medical advisory board, talked about these results and more from the recent HealthyWomen and Lippe Taylor Women's Health Behavior Index on HuffPost Live. The HuffPost Live piece was then picked up by Yahoo! News and over a dozen other online news sites, accounting for an extremely impressive audience reach: over 114.6 million to date!

HealthyWomen's article, "What to Take With You to the Hospital" was re-purposed and published in the Neonatal Care section of several Chicago local papers including: the Daily Southtown, Post-Tribune and the Northwest Indiana editions of the Chicago Tribune.

HealthyWomen + Allergan = Chronic Migraine Awareness SMT

HealthyWomen teamed up with Allergan to promote chronic migraine awareness. The Chronic Migraine Satellite Media Tour had four national placements and covered major cities across the country, including Philadelphia, Cincinnati, Austin, Seattle, and more, for a staggering total audience reach of 10,479,997!

Live interviews with Co-Founder, Women's Health Expert, RN, Beth Battaglino and Dr. Susan Bronner, Director of the Manhattan Headache Center, that aired on 6/2/15:
KEYE-CBS TV, We Are Austin Live (Omaha)
KMTV-CBS TV, The Morning Blend (Hunstville-Decatur)
WYAM-IN TV, Valley Happenings (Greenbay-Appleton)
WFRV-CBS TV, Local 5 Live (Austin)

A HealthyWoman Feature Story on conducted an in-depth interview with HealthyWomen Co-Founder, Women's Health Expert, RN, Beth Battaglino about our pioneering history, accessible articles, and upcoming new multi-channel platform. Through this article, HealthyWomen reached's 300,000 unique monthly! Read the complete interview here.

HealthyWomen on TV!

For National Women's Health Week, HealthyWomen had the opportunity to partner with NBC Universal to create two 15-second PSAs that ran in the Washington D.C. metro area for the week. The ads were designed to highlight key attributes of women — both strong and empowered, and the caretaker of her family's health and wellness.

HW on the Air!

Our CEO, Beth Battaglino, RN, recently spoke with Sarah Zink from Plaid for Women Radio on the timely topic of formula vs. breastfeeding following new national survey findings. Download the episode here.

Beth Battaglino

Living with Metastatic Breast Cancer

Roughly 155,00 women in the U.S. are living with metastatic breast cancer. Here's what you need to know.

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Una Nueva Esperanza para el Cáncer de Mama Incurable

El diagnóstico de cáncer incurable puede ser abrumador, pero los nuevos tratamientos permiten que las mujeres vivan más tiempo

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Sexo, Fertilidad y Cáncer de Mama

El cáncer de mama no tiene por qué significar el fin de su vida sexual o sus planes de tener una familia

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