financial health

Even After Lockdowns Eased, Pandemic Depression Persisted Across Social Classes – New Study

The pandemic’s sustained impact on the nation’s mental health is unprecedented

Healthy for the Holidays: Live Events

From mental health to financial wellbeing, join experts from the HealthyWomen community for these informative live events

Medicare’s Open Enrollment Is Open Season for Scammers

Government officials have warned private insurance companies selling Medicare Advantage and drug plans that federal requirements prohibit deceptive sales practices but the scammers persist

The Pandemic Has Made It Even Harder for One in Three Americans to Obtain Healthy, Affordable Food

Households with low food security have trouble affording enough food and eating balanced diets

‘Down to My Last Diaper’: The Anxiety of Parenting in Poverty

One in every three American families cannot afford enough diapers to keep their infants and toddlers clean, dry and healthy. For many parents, that leads to wrenching choices: diapers, food or rent?

Financial Stress Is Making Women Ill, but There Are Ways to Improve Your Wealth and Your Health

An event hosted by Healthy Women and Savvy Ladies will help women create a financial road map to live a healthy life

Health Is Infrastructure, Too

Special assistant to President Biden joins health experts for HealthyWomen's webinar to discuss how infrastructure impacts women's health care

1 in 3 College Students Face Food Insecurity – Expanding Snap Benefits on Campus Will Help Stave Off Hunger

Thanks to new legislation, college students who are enrolled at least half-time may be eligible for food assistance

Women Frequently Experience Sexual Harassment at Work, yet Few Claims Ever Reach a Courtroom

Unwanted touching in the office is an all-too-common experience for women

What the American Rescue Plan Says About President Biden’s Health Care Priorities – and What They Mean for You

The Affordable Care Act is strengthened under the American Rescue Plan, giving greater access to health insurance at lower costs for millions of Americans

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Choosing Health Insurance is So Complicated, 23% of Workers With Only Two Choices Picked the Worse One

New study finds that choice overload isn't the primary reason people have a hard time choosing the best health insurance plan

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Doing Your Holiday Shopping Online? Here Are 10 Tips for Avoiding Scams

A little digging can help you avoid those too-good-to-be-true traps when shopping online

Work & Money

Women Risk Losing Decades of Workplace Progress Due to Covid-19 – Here’s How Companies Can Prevent That

More than one in four women are considering downshifting their careers or leaving the workforce completely. If action isn't taken, a generation of women may never fully recover

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