Welcome to the New HealthyWomen.org!

After 20 years serving your needs as the National Women's Health Resource Center, we've had a little work done and are proud to introduce you to the new face of women's wellness.

Welcome to HealthyWomen and our new Web site, HealthyWomen.org. For two decades we've been your source for objective, medically approved information—a veritable library that once was just a phone call away. Now, we're a click away.

With the advent of the Internet, our ability to serve more women better has grown exponentially. We want to be the first place you turn when your questions and concerns are keeping you up at night or nagging you during the work day.

With all of the information, expert advice, videos, blogs and opinions at your fingertips, we're meeting your needs more than ever by being that “go-to girlfriend”—a girlfriend who happens to be an industry expert! And who hasn't gotten by with a little help from her friends?

HealthyWomen is the source you can trust. Working with some of the country's leading health professionals, we ensure that our information is comprehensive, unbiased, thoughtful, engaging, timely and relevant—all condensed into simple, time-saving nuggets.

Whether you're looking for infertility advice, have questions about the benefits of flu vaccines or are concerned about options facing your aging parents as you find yourself part of the "sandwich generation," you know you can trust the information HealthyWomen has to offer—no matter how pressing or personal your concern.

So join us and look back on the last 20 years and recognize how far you've come—as a daughter, a friend and a woman. Stay informed and get empowered as we enter another decade of dedication, gaining strength along the way…because, after all, it's time to take care of you!

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