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Inspired Advocacy: Diana’s Breast Cancer Story

Our women health care providers hold a special place in Summit Health patient Diana’s heart. These women provided care and support at two difficult moments in her family’s lives.

Removing Gender Bias from Health Care: Women Learn How to Advocate for Themselves

When women report the same medical symptoms as men, they're often the victim of gender bias. Learn more about women's health, how to be direct with your doctor, and be...

Advanced Practice Providers: What Do They Do?

Advanced practice providers like advanced practice nurses (APNs), nurse practitioners (NPs), and physician assistants (PAs) are crucial parts of the healthcare industry. See how to become an APN, PA training...

Keeping a Healthy Outlook on Menopause

Menopause can be tough to talk about, and even more uncomfortable to experience. Night sweats, weight gain, hair growth, breast changes—many women dread these symptoms and avoid talking about them...

Women in the ‘Sandwich Generation’

More than one in 10 U.S. parents are also caring for an adult parent or relative, according to data from the Pew Research Center.

Boob Sweat: Embarrassing But Manageable

While it may be uncomfortable to talk about, boob sweat is completely normal, and many women experience it at some point in their life.

How Women Can Stay on Top of Their Health

As a woman, taking steps to maintain your health is one of the most important things you can do to ensure a long and healthy life. The best way to...

Important Truths About Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs)

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, one in five people has a sexually transmitted infection (STI). Contributors to this alarmingly high statistic include the massive spread of...

Breast Cancer Awareness - Screening Matters

Mammograms play a key role in the fight against breast cancer.

Improving Women’s Lives with State-Of-The-Art Breast Cancer and Ovarian Cancer Care

Advances in prevention and treatment have significantly improved the lives of women with breast and ovarian cancers. More women diagnosed with these cancers today are living longer lives than ever...

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