New Look for HealthyWomen

For more than 20 years, HealthyWomen has been committed to delivering quality health and wellness content on all aspects of women's health. To allow us to continue our mission of serving women, and to expand the resources that we offer, you'll soon see the outcome of a new revenue stream on our website and in our newsletters: advertising.


HealthyWomen regularly receives inquiries from potential advertisers, and after careful consideration, we've decided to accept ads for products and services of interest to our constituents that meet the guidelines of our new advertising policy. We want to assure all of you, our supporters, that this advertising will not in any way impact the integrity of the content and products we produce. It will be clearly identified so that visitors will know what is an advertisement versus our health education information.

Advertising will begin on HealthyWomen.org in early February. You'll start seeing ads in our electronic publications soon afterward. We are pleased that this new revenue stream will allow us to expand and enhance the resources we provide to women online, in print and via phone.

If you have any questions, concerns or feedback, please do not hesitate to contact me at ebattaglino@healthywomen.org.

Best in health,
Elizabeth Battaglino Cahill, RN
Executive Director

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