Women's Health

The Pharmacy Times® Women’s Health resource center provides clinical news and articles, pertaining to women’s wellness, nutrition, fitness, weight loss, and answers to other potentially more intimate questions.

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During the COVID-19 pandemic, pharmacists have been forced to face challenges to their practice that have required not only adaptation and flexibility, but also moments of empathy and vulnerability.
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On Women Pharmacist Day on October 12, a panel discussion webcast consisting of leading women in pharmacy discussed the importance of recognizing the impact of women on the pharmacy landscape and the history of women in the field.
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This week on Pharmacy Times, there are a number of important topics that will be covered and posted throughout the week.
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Women found to have worse outcomes after a first heart attack than men. 
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On Women Pharmacists Day, 5 industry leaders discuss work-life balance, job advancement, and mentorship. 
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Pharmacy Times spoke with Lisa King, founder of the Fulfilled Pharmacist, about the importance of women in the pharmacy field and Women Pharmacist Day.
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In recognition of Women Pharmacist Day, a panel of experts discuss the history and significance of women in pharmacy, including demographics, changes in policy and culture, tips for pharmacist moms and different career paths. 
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Study shows that human papillomavirus vaccine mandates do not increase coverage or vaccination rates among vulnerable communities. 
 
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In an upcoming webcast to celebrate #WomenPharmacistDay, female leaders in pharmacy will discuss the importance of recognizing the impact of women on the pharmacy landscape.
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Women who had longer reproductive periods during their lifetimes were found to have a greater risk of dementia in older age compared with those who had shorter reproductive periods.
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Women with 2 or more moderate to severe menopause symptoms are at a heightened risk of cardiovascular disease and stroke.