We are back with another newsletter! This week, we are starting a conversation around women’s health.
People tend to be dismissive of women’s health, regarding it as something that only affects one group: women. The reality is that it affects all of us: old, young, men, women, non-binary folks...everyone.
This week’s newsletter dives into all aspects of women’s health, from the female work experience in healthcare settings, to learning how to communicate with those going through both rare and everyday struggles.
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In this issue:
- Meet America's best employers for women
- Health equity initiatives launched in the last year
- How to support someone facing infertility
- Staying sharp as you age
- Find a meaningful career
This week's reads
Guess who ranked first place? Tampa General Hospital! Forbes teamed up with market research company Statista to identify the companies leading the way when it comes to trying to support women inside and outside the workforce.
As the COVID-19 pandemic exacerbated existing health equities, health systems nationwide have implemented a series of initiatives to reduce disparities.
A brisk walk or bike ride for even 15 minutes a week can boost a woman's cognitive speed as she ages, while mental activities such as reading and playing cards helps both sexes, a new study revealed.
What to actually say to someone dealing with fertility issues (and the language to avoid), from women who have been there
Ever wonder what to say to a friend dealing with a miscarriage, fertility issues? During Infertility Awareness Week 2022, real women shared the helpful things to say.
You go, girl!
Find a meaningful career
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As the region’s leading safety net hospital, Tampa General is committed to providing area residents with excellent and compassionate health care ranging from the simplest to the most complex medical services.
Planned Parenthood Federation of America is a nonprofit organization that provides sexual health care in the United States and globally.
Saalt creates sustainable period underwear and reusable period cups that empower people to live their best lives simply and sustainably.
Everly Health transforms lives through modern, diagnostics-driven care.
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