The Institute for Women's Health Research at Northwestern University publishes a monthly e-newsletter on timely issues in women's health. Our January 2012 edition focuses on scientific breakthroughs and public policies that we think could influence future research and the clinical care women women receive.   We call these 'game changers'.

There have been many exciting breakthroughs in sex and gender medicine but there is still much work that needs to be done.   We also need to remain vigilant as women's health issues are debated during the upcoming elections.      To view this e-newsletter click HERE.        After you have read it, let us know what YOU  think the major stories of 2011 in women's health!

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Stevia I totally agree - it’s a issue we have to tackle head on and change people’s attitudes and mind sets if we are going make the country healthy again. Only making a few adjustments can improve one’s health considerably - a little bit of exercise and eating that bit healthier goes a long way...

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To become healthier as a nation, people must make healthy lifestyle a top priority. Obesity need not become the societal norm; proper nutrition, regular exercise and mental relaxation can reverse the trend and improve both quality and quantity of life.

Thank you for bringing this up! Women's health cannot be looked at enough, as technology and research is contantly changing allowing us to learn more about the human body and it's systems.

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