What help from soy supplements
OHSU's Paula Amato, M.D., discusses study findings that indicate soy supplements don’t make life feel appreciably better for postmenopausal women.
Six keys to a healthy heart
OHSU ob/gyn doctor, Amy Cantor, M.D., encourages every woman to take steps to maintain a healthy heart.
Secondary infertility, couples who have trouble conceiving another child
Couples often delay seeking medical advice when they have trouble conceiving the second a second or third time around, says OHSU fertility doctor Diana Wu.
Vitamin C may prevent lung problems in babies born to pregnant smokers
Infants born to women who took vitamin C during pregnancy had less wheezing in first year of life. More
Committed to Making Life Better for Others, Jane Werner Establishes an Ovarian Cancer Fund
The Jane Werner Ovarian Cancer Fund is established to help women in treatment for ovarian cancer receive appropriate testing and care. Read more
National Women's Health Week is May 12-18
Expect to hear from us about many things you can do to maximize your own health and well-being. For the most current news and updates, please follow us on Facebook and Twitter. Read more
Underwear with bike shorts? Advice for Bikers
OHSU urogynecologist, Renee Edwards, M.D., weighs in on the debate. No, this isn't the first time she has been asked.
International Study Identifies Genetic Markers for Cancer
Study holds tremendous implications for early detection and treatment of ovarian, breast and prostate cancer. Read more
OHSU Aims to Improve Palliative care. You can help!
OHSU’s Palliative Medicine and Comfort Care Team is in the running to receive a LIVESTRONG grant that will help bring its excellent care to another level.
A pivotal moment for women's health at OHSU
Michelle Berlin and Renee Edwards have been named interim co-directors of the OHSU Center for Women's Health. This leadership transition positions the Center to assume a more visible and active role at OHSU, in Oregon and nationally. Read more
New hope for helping children born prematurely
Research conducted at OHSU Doernbecher Children’s Hospital challenges long-held belief that low blood flow to the premature brain necessarily kills brain cells. More
New OHSU research helps explain early-onset puberty in females
New research from Oregon Health & Science University has provided significant insight into the reasons why early-onset puberty occurs in females. Read more