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National Women's Health Week is May 13 - 19, 2012
National Women's Health Week empowers women to make their health a top priority. It also encourages them to take steps to improve their physical and mental health and lower their risks of certain diseases.
In this edition of EmpowHER's "HER Daily Dose" Bailey Mosier reminds you to celebrate all the women in your life this week for National Women's Health Week.Watch The Video
If you heard that Danica Patrick was driven you might think it was a reference to the fact that she's a famous NASCAR Nationwide Series race car driver.Read Full Story
Award-winning actress Cynthia Nixon, who is best known for portraying Miranda Hobbes in the HBO series Sex and the City had lived with rosacea, thinking that she had bad acne.Read Full Story
Tests and Prevention
A new smartphone application called Check-Mate, is now offering to give sexually active individuals some peace of mind when it comes to dating and STDs.Read Full Story
Despite some benefits that sites like Facebook do offer, other experts point out how social media sites can even affect personal finances, productivity, and time that could be spent forming real connections.Read full story
Multiple studies have come out showing both harmful and beneficial effects of social media sites like Facebook. So which one is it?Read Full Story
Numerous studies over the past three decades point to a strong connection between a person’s weight and their risk of several chronic diseases including diabetes, heart disease and certain cancers.Read Full Story
Sex and relationship expert Dr. Berman addresses low sexual desire and the connection between a woman's brain, body, and sex.Watch This Video
Defining an ecosexual isn’t simple. Whereas in some circles it’s a growing movement, there isn’t a single definition or school of thought. Some refer to it as sexecology, others as ecosexology.Read Full Story
Columbia University’s Go Ask Alice column reported that in the past fifty years, roughly 56 percent of American male infants have been circumcised. That leaves a lot of men who aren’t, and a lot of women who may be confused about sex with uncircumcised men.Read Full Story
At EmpowHER, we share tips and references to women to be better health advocates. Here are my 5 tips for dealing more effectively with your own healthcare.Read Full Story