Office on Women's Health Blog

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OWH Resolutions: Where Are They Now?

Nicole Greene

Last year, I asked some of my colleagues to share their plans for improving their health and well-being in 2018. As the year is coming to a close, I asked them to give us an update.

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Anjali Shah

Healthy Cooking Tips Around the Holidays

Rather than skipping or cutting out your favorite dishes, why not try making a few small changes to your recipes to cook up healthier versions? Try these tips from a food blogger.

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Nicole Greene

Your Family’s Health Is Your Health

Nicole Greene

“How could this happen to me?” This is what one of my colleagues says her mother kept saying after she found out she had heart disease.

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Bring Your Brave

Temeika L. Fairley

I was sitting next to her as she told her story of being diagnosed with inflammatory breast cancer at the age of 27.

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How to Encourage Girls to Go After Their Dreams

Brittney Storm Rankin

Check out these tips to encourage your daughter, granddaughter, niece, younger sister, or any girl you know to have the confidence to work toward her goals.

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I Can Do It! Mentorship Becomes a Lifelong Friendship

Haley Barber

Throughout my mentorship, I not only fostered social support — I also developed lasting friendships.

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Corinna Dan

Hepatitis C: Q&A With an Expert

What exactly is it, and why should you care about hepatitis C? Corinna Dan explains how you can get hepatitis C and whether some women are at higher risk.

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Dr. Cheryl Bushnell

4 Things Women Need to Know About Stroke

Dr. Cheryl Bushnell

Stroke happens to 1 in 5 women. Dr. Cheryl Bushnell shares the four things she thinks every woman should know about stroke. 

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Nicole Greene

Sneak Peek: New Healthy Eating and Exercise Content

Nicole Greene

We recently updated our healthy eating and physical activity information so that everything you need is in one place. Check out the types of questions we answer.

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Memory and Thinking: What's Normal and What's Not?

What’s the difference between mild forgetfulness and a more serious memory problem?

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