HealthyWomen (formerly the National Women’s Health Resource Center) is a nonprofit, national clearinghouse for women’s health information. It develops original health materials and content for women and provides links to related news. Features: Ask the Expert column, womenTALK blogs, discussion groups, free newsletters, videos and podcasts, Facebook, Twitter, and apps.
Mayo Clinic: Women’s Health
The Mayo website has three educational topics focused on women – Women’s Health, Breast Health, and Women’s Life Stages. Basic and in-depth information can be found for each topic including multimedia subject content. Links are provided from these topics to Mayo Expert Answers, resources, and news. Additionally information about women’s health can be found via the general Mayo site via Search, Diseases and Conditions, Symptoms, Drugs and Supplements, Tests and Procedures, and Healthy Lifestyle resources.
MedlinePlus: Women’s Health
The National Institutes of Health’s MedlinePlus links to reliable health information throughout the web including the latest news, overviews of women’s health issues, research, statistics, organizations, clinical trials, and more. Links also guide you to pre-formatted article searches on PubMed. Information comes from the National Library of Medicine.
National Institutes of Health: Women’s Health
National Institutes of Health (NIH) conducts and supports medical research. Its Women’s Health webpage provides links to articles, guides, factsheets, and other resources on women’s health as well as related topics, by various institutes within the agency. A search can be done within the Women’s Health category as well as of all NIH health topics. NIH Health Topics A-Z browsing feature is also available.
Women’s Health Resources—Women’s Health Research from NIH
Women’s Health Resources web portal is a service of the National Library of Medicine and the NIH’s Office of Research on Women’s Health (ORWH) that presents topics pertaining to women’s health collected by the ORWH. Health Topics and the A-Z list link to women’s health information (both reproductive and non-reproductive) from NIH institutes, centers, and other NIH sources, including PubMed, MedlinePlus, NIH VideoCastings, and ClinicalTrials.gov. On Facebook and Twitter.
Our Bodies, Ourselves
Our Bodies Ourselves (OBOS) (formerly the Boston Women’s Health Book Collective) has been providing information on women’s reproductive and sexual health plus issues that affect access and care since their first publication of the revolutionary Our Bodies, Ourselves in 1971. The website contains information about women’s health topics including excerpts from the latest edition of Our Bodies, Ourselves, OBOS programs, publications, and news. You can also keep up with OBOS through free newsletter, blog, RSS feed, Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube.
Society for Women’s Health Research
The Society for Women’s Health Research (SWHR) was founded in 1990 by a group of physicians, medical researchers, and health advocates. SWHR aims to bring attention to the myriad of diseases and conditions that affect women uniquely. Find links to information about various health topics informed by sex-based biology, research news related to women, clinical trials and how to join them, milestones in the inclusion of women in research, public education campaigns advocacy efforts and opportunities, grants and awards, and Society news and events. On Facebook and Twitter.
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office on Women’s Health: womenshealth.gov
Womenshealth.gov is a website managed by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Office on Women’s Health. It includes an A-Z list of health topics, e-publications, and news (blog, highlights, spotlight). Offers email updates, RSS feed, Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube.
U.S. Food and Drug Administration: For Consumers – For Women
This website provides information on women’s health topics and women’s health programs, medication safety tips for women, and free publications. It also delivers news via email updates, Twitter, and Women’s Health videos on FDA YouTube channel.