Office on Women's Health Blog

Dr. Michael Twery

What You Should Know About Sleep

Sleep is worth prioritizing. Dr. Michael Twery shares why sleep is important, how much you need, and what you should know about sleep disorders.

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Girl being bullied by her peers

National Eating Disorders Awareness Week

Ingrid Donato, Jillian Lampert

Children whose peers tease them about their weight are more likely to engage in disordered eating. Help raise awareness about weight-based bullying.

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Alesha Istvan

Healthy Me, Healthy We: Preventing Dating Violence

Alesha Istvan

We need to focus on dating violence prevention. We need to infuse our world with positive, affirming messages and reduce the negative messages that young people hear every day.

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Gayathri Ramprasad

An Interview About Mental Health Stigma and Healing

Read Gayathri Ramprasad’s interview to learn why she’s dedicated her life to helping others, what she wants women to know about mental health, and more.

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5 Resolutions From OWH

Nicole Greene

At the Office on Women’s Health, we’re making plans to improve our health and well-being. See what my colleagues are pledging to do for their health in 2018.

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Nicole Greene

5 Tips to Beat Holiday Health Pitfalls

Nicole Greene

When it comes to healthy habits, it’s easy to say, “I’ll get back on track after the holidays.” If we’re being honest with ourselves, we know it’s not that simple.

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Nicole Greene

Taking Care of Rosella

Nicole Greene

Grandma Rosella’s bad ankle caused her to fall and break her arm. It’s funny how a simple thing — a fall — can have such serious consequences for an entire family…

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Cmdr. Carmen Fisher

An Interview About Mental Health and the Military: Carmen Fisher

I felt like I was from another planet after re-joining the civilian world. I missed my Navy life and wanted to return every day.

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Michelle Williams

Destiny’s Child’s Michelle Williams on Depression

For me, depression felt like a slow crumble. I felt sad and deeply tired, and I could sleep through an entire week.

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Sad African-American woman

Talk Saves Lives

Kat Olbrich

Suicide is the 10th leading cause of death in the United States. Suicide, just like heart disease or cancer, is a complex health issue.

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