Why a Stimulus Package Matters to Women

As the next stimulus package sits in limbo, women have been suffering. Congress needs to act.

Policy

HealthyWomen Statement on Proposal to Withdraw Only FDA-Approved Treatment Option for Preterm Birth

Preterm birth is an urgent public health crisis in our country with approximately one in 10 babies born prematurely

Your Care

Statement From HealthyWomen CEO on the Trump Administration's Request to Overturn the Affordable Care Act

The Trump administration's recent request to the Supreme Court to overturn the Affordable Care Act negatively affects women's health.

Your Care

9 Reasons to Get the Flu Vaccine

Myths and inaccurate information about the flu vaccine may prevent you from protecting yourself against the potentially deadly flu virus.

Prevention & Screenings

Biosimilars and Women's Health: Realizing the Potential

Biosimilars are powerful, life-changing medicines. Many chronic, debilitating autoimmune diseases that affect women in greater numbers than men, such as lupus and rheumatoid arthritis, can now be treated with biosimilars, as can breast cancer.

Your Care

Seven Key Things to Know When Choosing Health Insurance During Open Enrollment

You can make good decisions about health care insurance by being informed about the options that make the most sense for you and your family.

Your Care

What You Need to Know to Enroll for Health Insurance for Next Year

Individuals and families can shop for a new Obamacare health insurance plan during the 2020 open enrollment period under the Affordable Care Act.

Your Care

Passing the Baton: HealthyWomen Welcomes Christine Verini as Board Chair

This month, HealthyWomen welcomes Christine Verini as incoming board chair, salutes outgoing leader Tamar Thompson.

Your Care

Biosimilars & Women's Health: Q&A

Biosimilars are powerful, life-changing medicines. Many chronic, debilitating autoimmune diseases that affect women in greater numbers than men, such as lupus and rheumatoid arthritis, can now be treated with biosimilars, as can breast cancer.

Your Care

How Healthy Is Your Health Care Provider Network?

If your insurance plan’s network of health care providers is too narrow, it can limit your access to sufficient care and in the end, raise your health care costs by forcing you to visit out-of-network providers.

Menopause & Aging Well

The #MeToo Movement Is Opening a Dialogue on PTSD and Sexual Trauma

Women are twice as likely to suffer from PTSD as men and yet in the media it is still associated primarily with active-duty servicemembers and veterans.

Your Wellness