NWHRC Web Site, Healthywomen.org, Recognized by Good Housekeeping Magazine as a Top Destination for Women's Health Information

Washington, DC - As part of an editorial series on the best health Web sites, the November 2006 issue of Good Housekeeping named the not-for-profit National Women's Health Resource Center's Web site, fmxhosting.com/drupal635, the top site for women's health information in the area of family health.


"We are thrilled to be recognized for our first-rate Web site," said Audrey Sheppard, president and CEO of NWHRC. "We know that women are increasingly going to the Web for answers to important health questions and we believe Healthywomen.org provides women with the up-to-date, objective and superior health information they need to maintain and improve their health and the health of their families."

Visited by thousands of women each week, Healthywomen.org is a leading consumer-focused health information Web site. Consumers can access medically reviewed information on more than 100 diseases, conditions and women's health topics, including interactive learning tools and lifestyle tips. Healthywomen.org also offers:

  • Information about NWHRC's national public education campaigns

  • Health centers, tool kits and online guides on topics ranging from menopause to finding free or low-cost health insurance

  • Ask the Expert columns and articles by leading health care professionals

  • Downloadable versions of NWHRC's print publications

  • Thousands of links to reliable information resources

  • Free subscriptions to NWHRC's e-newsletters

  • A comprehensive press site providing the latest NWHRC news and medical experts

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The National Women's Health Resource Center is the leading independent health information source for women. The non-profit organization develops and distributes up-to-date and objective women's health information based on the latest advances in medical research and practice. NWHRC believes all women should have access to the most trusted and reliable health information.

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