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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention - Women's Health

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Offers sections on Science and Research; Health and Wellness; Programs and Partnerships; and Conferencing and Events.

MedlinePlus: Women's Health Issues

U.S. National Library of Medicine and National Institutes on Health service that addresses only women's health issues.

National Association of Nurse Practitioners in Womens Health

"The National Association of Nurse Practitioners in Women's Health (formerly the National Association of Nurse Practitioners in Reproductive Health) was founded in 1980. NPWH's mission is to assure the provision of quality health care to women of all ages by nurse practitioners. NPWH defines quality health care to be inclusive of an individual's physical, emotional, and spiritual needs. "

Office of Research on Women's Health

National Institutes of Health | Department of Health and Human Services.

ORWH promotes women’s health and sex differences research within and beyond the NIH scientific community. ORWH establishes the NIH research agenda for women’s health, co-funds research projects in partnership with NIH Institutes and Centers, and supports career development for early-stage scientists focused on women’s health research.

U.S. Food and Drug Administration: For Women

Offers information on a variety of health topics pertaining to women. Site also includes links to other websites of interest for each topic such as consumer updates and product recalls.

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services: The Office on Women's Health.

Offers a wide variety of information on women's health to include A to Z Health Topics, a list of freely available publications, and a section on Government in Action.

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