Women's Health News
Women often lead nutrition and health care decisions for their families and communities.
Sleeping well can help memory, improve your mood, boost metabolism and strengthen your immune system.
During the last 20 years, babies born through assisted reproduction have become healthier as their rates of premature birth, low birth weight, stillbirth and infant death have all decreased. OHSU's Dr. Paul Amato, is featured.
It is better to give than to receive--and that goes for your health, too. OHSU experts explain how charity benefits your well-being.
Here to Support You
Never be afraid to laugh too hard for fear of a little leakage--OHSU experts explain female incontinence and pelvic floor disorders, and how to treat them, in our November newsletter.
As featured in: Our November Newsletter
Trending now in healthcare
Group prenatal visits create community among expecting parents, and represent a new trend in healthcare
As featured in: Our Oct Newsletter
Finding a Home in Primary Care
New CWH Primary Care chief Christine Kelso, M.D., M.P.H., discusses the importance of collaboration in keeping her patients healthy and well
As featured in: Our Sept Newsletter
Regular mammograms are a crucial health tool-–here are some tips about mammography that you may not know.
As featured in: Our August Newsletter
Meet us at the Farmers Market
Check out the OHSU Farmers Market on July 15 for fun tips and information about healthy eating.
As featured in: Our July Newsletter
Help for Painful Sex
OHSU doctor Martha Goetsch offers hope to women suffering from pain during intercourse
As featured in: Our June Newsletter
To Your Health!
May 11-17 is National Women's Health week—celebrate with us!
As featured in: Our May Newsletter
Put Some Spring in Your Step
Walking our talk and doing our bodies a world of good.
As featured in: Our April Newsletter
Improving Your Health–One Bite at a Time
Let's ask ourselves: how can we change the food culture for this and future generations?
As featured in: Our March Newsletter
Love your heart!
As we make plans for Valentine's Day it's good to remember that February is a great time to be aware of how to keep your heart healthy.
As featured in: Our February Newsletter
Ready to take on the new year?
So we'd like to help you make 2014 your smartest year yet, with easy, bite-sized actions—like taking a class, attending a seminar or learning something new.