Office on Women's Health Blog

National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day. March 10.

Preventing HIV: We All Have a Role to Play

Office on Women's Health

This National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, we’re reminding everyone that "HIV prevention starts with me!" Learn how you can help end HIV.

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Enter Now: Create an Obesity Prevention Game

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Join the Office on Women's Health in helping women and girls reach and maintain a healthy weight by entering the Shape of Health: An Obesity Prevention Game challenge.

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OWH News: ADM Giroir Welcomes New OWH Director

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Dr. Dorothy Fink brings extensive experience treating women’s health issues to the Office on Women’s Health.

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Communities Can Help Prevent Dating and Sexual Violence

Nicole Greene

The Community Preventive Services Task Force recently released a recommendation for interventions that aim to prevent or reduce dating and sexual violence among youth.

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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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OWH News: Four Additional Awards to Prevent Opioid Misuse Among Women and Girls

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As part of the Administration's efforts to combat the opioid epidemic, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Office on Women's Health (OWH) made four additional awards to the 16 that were announced in July 2017.

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Final Report: Opioid Use, Misuse, and Overdose in Women. July 19, 2017

OWH News: Opioids and Women Final Report Released

Office on Women's Health

A new OWH report examines opioid use among women and issues related to prevention, treatment, and recovery.

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