Office on Women's Health Blog

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I Can Do It! Supports Healthy Living for Women With a Disability

Holli Richmond

The I Can Do It! model ensures women and girls with a disability have opportunities to be physically active and practice healthy eating behaviors. Learn more.

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Jullia A. Rosdahl

Glaucoma: 5 Things You Should Know

Jullia A. Rosdahl

There is only one way to know if you have glaucoma. Find out how with this blog post.

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Cortney Lovell

The Power of Women and Recovery

Cortney Lovell

At 19 I said goodbye to my mother. I also said goodbye to active addiction. It was the hardest year of my life.

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Dr. Karen A. Scott

OWH: Your Leaders in Women's Health

Dr. Karen A. Scott

It's official — 2016 is over and we're in a new year. For many of us, this is a time to reflect on the past and plan for the future.

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#CoverageMatters

Why #CoverageMatters for Women's Health

Sylvia Mathews Burwell, Cecile Richards

The progress that the Affordable Care Act has made for women's health couldn't be clearer, and we shouldn't go backward on any of these improvements.

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Erskine Hallam Bishop

The Holidays: How I Cope With the Loss

Jennifer Bishop-Crawford

It's during the quiet times that I recognize there is a void. My void has a name — it's Erskine Hallam Bishop.

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An Interview About Getting Covered Through the Health Insurance Marketplace: Katie Hay

Moving to a new city, starting a family, and even launching a new career can bring up questions about health insurance coverage. Katie Hay was able to do all three with the support of the Affordable Care Act and Health Insurance Marketplace. Now a yoga therapist based in North Carolina, Katie Hay talks about her experience enrolling in a health insurance plan through the Marketplace and the positive impact her coverage has had on her family.

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Rebecca Ruiz

4 Skills to Teach Your Daughter by 13

Rebecca Ruiz

Parents can prepare their daughters for the trials of being a teenager by teaching them vital skills early on.

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Rear Admiral Susan J. Blumenthal, M.D., M.P.A.

A New National Prescription to Improve Women's Health

Rear Admiral Susan J. Blumenthal

Women's health was largely ignored in the halls of public policy, at the research bench, and in clinical settings when I was appointed the first.

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Anne Wheaton, Dr. Karen DeSalvo, and Danni Starr

In Pictures and Videos: OWH's 25th Anniversary Event

Nicole Greene

I was lucky enough to have a front row seat as the emcee for the day's special activities, and I want to share with you some pictures and videos from the event.

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World AIDS Day

Using Digital Communication at World AIDS Day 2016

AIDS.gov

Here are some brief answers to a few common questions about digital communication for World AIDS Day 2016.

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