More than 900 students graduated with bachelor’s, masters and doctorate degrees in a wide variety of public health concentrations WASHINGTON (May 13, 2022) — On May 12,...More
WASHINGTON, DC (March 16, 2020) — Critical women’s health issues—including reproductive health, maternal mortality, chronic disease, mental health, and gender-based...More
Analyzing sexual minority women as a single group can obscure important differences. A new study in Women's Health Issues fills in some of the knowledge gaps.More
WASHINGTON, DC (Feb. 25, 2020) — Women's Health Issues is pleased to announce two new editorial board members and one member who is taking on additional responsibilities...More
The Women's Health Issues editorial board awarded the annual Gibbs Prize for a study on the impacts of policies addressing aclohol use during pregnancy.More