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Fatigues to FabulousTM (F2F)
A national campaign established to honor and support the 1.8 million American women veterans by raising awareness about the issues affecting military women and by providing funds for needed services and medical research.

Know My Bones

Know My Bones
The Know My Bones Council is unified with the goal of encouraging women living with PMO to prioritize their bone health and to seek information that will empower them to fight the disease.

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Partnership to End Cervical Cancer
The Partnership to End Cervical Cancer’s mission is: To ensure the inclusion of vaccination to prevent cervical cancer, along with screening, as part of routine preventive healthcare for all women in the United States.

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Life ABC
This campaign was designed to raise awareness of the risk of recurrence for women with early breast cancer and encourage an ongoing dialogue about this risk between these women and their health care professionals.

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Is it a Migraine?
Information about what every woman should know about migraines.

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The Key is "D"
SWHR wants to educate Americans, especially postmenopausal women, about the importance of vitamin D to maintain healthy bones. A new consumer survey commissioned by SWHR shows that many women over the age of 50 may not fully understand the importance of vitamin D to bone health.

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Living Well with Arthritis
SWHR has documented a number of gender-specific facts about how all forms of arthritis affect women.

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Her Healthy Life
This public education campaign was designed to let women know about easy steps they can take to improve their health.

Her Cancer

HerCancer.com
This website provided valuable information about important differences between women and men in lung cancer and tobacco addiction, as well as what women should know about medical research.

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Some Things Only a Woman Can Do
This education campaign was launched by SWHR to provide women with accurate information about volunteering for medical research.

Talk IBS

Talk IBS
Irritable Bowel Syndrome is an often misunderstood, misdiagnosed, and under treated condition that affects up to 20%, or 1 in 5 Americans. Talk IBS was designed to educate women about this real medical condition, its symptoms, real options for health care and management of irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) with constipation, and to arm them with tools to work with their doctor to get proper diagnosis and care sooner.

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Big 3 for Baby and Me
Soccer star and new mom Mia Hamm has teamed up with the Society for Women’s Health Research to remind women about three nutrients that are vital to the health of their babies: folic acid, calcium with vitamin D and DHA omega-3, an essential fatty acid and building block of infant nutrition that may promote a healthy pregnancy and prevent late preterm birth.

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Take this interactive quiz to see how much you know about the myths and facts related to gender differences.

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Girl Talk: Choices and Consequences of Underage Drinking is a program by The Century Council, a not-for-profit organization dedicated to fighting drunk driving and underage drinking. Girl Talk educates teenage girls about the dangers of underage drinking and the specific risks facing teenage girls.
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