Every woman can improve her health, whether by moving more or getting regular checkups and preventive screenings recommended by her doctor. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has designated May 10–16 as National Women’s Health Week — the perfect time for women …Continue Reading Celebrate National Women’s Health Week May 10–16
The birthplace of pioneering women’s rights advocates Abigail Adams and Susan B. Anthony, humanitarian Clara Barton, and famed poet Emily Dickinson, Massachusetts has no shortage of women deserving of spirited celebration. But while there are plenty of Commonwealth women in history who’ve made a difference …Continue Reading Celebrate Massachusetts Women
Women’s History Month is a worldwide celebration of the contributions women have made throughout history. Often pitted against social conventions and legal obstacles, women have created a legacy that expands the frontiers of possibility for generations to come. It’s a perfect time to hear from …Continue Reading Celebrating Women’s History Month
As Thanksgiving approaches, millions of Americans are looking forward to celebrating the holiday with family, friends, heaping plates of food, and maybe even some football. It’s a time of plenty for most but for some of the 750,000 Massachusetts residents who experience hunger and struggle …Continue Reading Hunger Relief Programs in Massachusetts
October is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month. The nation’s response has come a long way in recent years; what was once viewed as a private family matter with little or no police intervention is now recognized as an issue of national concern. This year’s presidential …Continue Reading Helping Victims of Domestic Violence Break Free from the Abuse
Every year in October, millions of Americans come together, clad in pink, to celebrate National Breast Cancer Awareness Month and increase awareness of one of the most common forms of cancer among women. Breast cancer is treatable when detected early and the goal of this …Continue Reading 5 Tips to Reduce Your Risk of Breast Cancer
March is Women’s History Month, which according to The Library of Congress, “pays tribute to the generations of women whose commitment to nature and the planet have proven invaluable to society. From the first women’s college to the recent election of Elizabeth Warren to the …Continue Reading Women’s History Month
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