Office on Women's Health Blog

Bottom Line: Mammograms are Still Covered

Dr. Nancy C. Lee

Recently, several organizations have updated breast cancer screening recommendations, including the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF).

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6 Ways to Start Fresh This Semester

Her Campus

What's our New Year's resolution at Her Campus? Beyond acing organic chemistry, we want to help you make this semester way healthier than your last.

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I'm Young and Healthy, But I Still Need Insurance

Taylor Kimbel

Everyone deserves great health coverage, including you. Check out the five things you should know about applying for health insurance.

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Caregiving Changed Me: One Daughter's Story

Carol D. O'Dell

Agreed denial. That was our little dance — my mother and me — when it came to her health concerns.

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2 Words, 2 Years, 5 Posts You Need to Read

Dr. Nancy C. Lee

. Two words, so many topics. Check out five of the OWH Director's favorite posts and why she think every woman should read them.

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7 Tips to Help You Squeeze in More Exercise Today

Dr. Nancy C. Lee

A 30-minute workout is only 2% of your day. If I can do it, so can you! Check out these tips to help you get started and stick with it.

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4 Vaccines for a Healthier Teen

Dr. Nancy C. Lee, Evelyn M. Kappeler, Dr. Bruce Gellin

Do you know which vaccines your teen needs? Here's the list of four vaccines recommended for almost all adolescents.

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Medicaid: 50 Years of Helping People Like Me

Nadia Ibrahim

Last week, I took time off work for a routine medical exam. I need assistance with daily activities like dressing and bathing, but I went alone.

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Remembering Rachel

Larry Minnix

When Rachel passed, the funeral had to be held at a bigger chapel than originally planned. The cards and letters were overwhelming.

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Make a Difference in the Lives of the Men You Love

Ana N. Fadich

Why are we talking about men's health on a women's health website? Because men's health affects women in some pretty significant ways.

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