Just for Women




  • Prepare for a healthy pregnancy

    5 ways to help reduce the risk of birth defects

    If you are thinking about becoming pregnant, now is a perfect time to make a plan. read more »
  • 4 springtime skin care tips

    Sun exposure can wreak havoc on your skin

    Spring brings sunshine and plenty of exciting opportunities to head outdoors for fun with family and friends. While those joyous moments make the season special, all that sun exposure can wreak havoc on the skin without the proper precautions. read more »
  • Strengthening support for new mothers

    2 companies provide research-based solutions benefiting the parenting journey

    Medela, the most trusted breast pump brand*, has announced a partnership with Expectful, a holistic maternal health platform for fertility, pregnancy, and motherhood, to offer breastfeeding and pumping education and discounted access to wellness support to new moms. The two brands share a commitment to improving the motherhood experience through research-backed products that can be trusted to truly make a difference. read more »
  • NEW Dove Self-Esteem Project

    Campaign Exposes the Insidious Nature of Toxic Beauty Advice in Teens' Feeds

    Teens in the US are spending increasing amounts of time on social media. NEW Dove Self-Esteem Project research proves this to be true. 2 in 3 girls in the US are spending more than an hour each day on social media, which is more than they are spending in person with friends. Beauty advice fills their feeds, but unfortunately, it is not all positive. In fact, 1 in 2 girls say idealized beauty content on social media causes low self-esteem. read more »
  • Minerva Surgical Announces AUB Awareness Day

    Minerva calls on women to talk about their periods

    Minerva Surgical, Inc. (Nasdaq: UTRS), a women’s health company focused on the treatment of AUB (Abnormal Uterine Bleeding), today announced the debut of the first ever AUB Awareness Day on May 18, 2022. read more »
  • Saying Yes to Periods

    Experts explain why women should not avoid their natural cycles

    The menstrual suppression trend might help some women suffering from different period-related issues—severe cramps, endometriosis, or migraine. However, intimate health experts argue that if there’s no underlying ailment in sight, menstruation should be embraced as a natural occurrence, helping women to be attuned to their body and recognize its needs. read more »