For Immediate Release Contact: Shaniqua Seth at [email protected] or 202.682-2640, ext. 225 WASHINGTON, DC — Last week, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration released a 63-page memo regarding the dissemination of information about off-label use of medical products. The memo…
Insurance companies are not required to cover OTC contraceptives if your doctor does not prescribe them. As a result, if you buy Plan B without a prescription, you will have to pay full price.
Part of testosterone’s role in a woman’s body is to contribute to libido and arousal, which is why many women will consider taking it if they experience an unwanted drop in sexual desire.
The National Women’s Health Network is no stranger to demonstrations, rallies, and marches. We’ve made it a point to be at the forefront, advocating on behalf of women.
The National Women’s Health Network supports the mission of the Women’s March, and is proud to join in this effort to send a bold message to the new government that women’s rights are human rights.
A healthy sex life is crucial to many women and their partners. This can become more complicated with age and weight.
The FDA has approved two different silicone implants, but only after battling with implant manufacturers who resisted long-term studies of this device, which calls into question its safety.
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As we face 2017, we must prepare for everything we’ve worked so hard to accomplish under the Obama Administration to recede or be reversed completely. Trump’s nomination of Rep. Price for Secretary of the Health and Human Services confirms our…
I have been treated with Aclasta for the last four years. My doctor wants to switch me to Prolia. He told me research has shown that using the same drug reduces its effectiveness. Is it true that Aclasta may lose effectiveness over extended use?