Office on Women's Health Blog

HHS Seeks Public Input on Leveraging Novel Technologies for Chronic Disease Management for Aging Underserved Populations

RFI aims to identify technological advances like artificial intelligence with the greatest potential to improve health outcomes for aging Americans

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Secretary Azar explains Operation Warp Speed

May 27,2020


Surgeon General Adams COVID-19 – Donate Blood Plasma and Help Save Lives

July 30,2020

An Interview With a Woman Who Successfully Quit Smoking: Pamela Worth

There's no doubt about it — quitting smoking is tough. But you can do it. Here to tell us how she successfully quit is Pamela Worth. With the Great American Smokeout just around the corner, read on for Pamela's tips and suggestions for quitting. Learn how her decision to quit is helping her lead a healthier life.

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A woman getting a mammogram

Protect Yourself: Breast Cancer Screening

Dr. Nancy C. Lee

October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month — the perfect time to talk about the importance of breast cancer screening. Every woman has a story or connection to breast cancer; my grandmother died of breast cancer before I was born. After skin cancer, breast cancer is the most common cancer affecting women, regardless of race or ethnicity.

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An Interview About Eating Disorders: Krista Barlow

Krista Barlow struggled with anorexia and bulimia through high school and college. Understanding more about the diseases helped her to overcome them. She hopes to help others by sharing her story. Learn more about these conditions in this candid and personal interview.

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Interview on Prematurity: Beverly Robertson

Join us in observing Prematurity Awareness month as we discuss common question about prematurity with Beverly Robertson from the March of Dimes.

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Interview With a Woman Living With Lupus: Minerva Figueroa

Lupus can be a devastating disease — just ask Minerva Figueroa. Before she was diagnosed, she battled extreme fatigue, trouble walking, painful joints, hair loss, and more. Read our interview with Minerva to see how having lupus might change the way she lives, but it will never define her.

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