In honour of Shane’s memory, and his support to our charity, we are proud to announce The Wellbeing of Women Shane Warne Memorial Fund.
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Wellbeing of Women Ambassador Dr Nighat Arif answers your questions about cervical screening
A new report makes recommendations to improve menopause support in the workplace, after it found that many women are quitting their jobs
Janet Lindsay comments on the publication of a new strategy aimed at improving the health of women
Founder of Black Women in Menopause Nina Kuypers tells us why the representation of black women in menopause narratives is so important and how she coped with cramps, blisters and a twisted ankle during her ultramarathon
June has been a busy month, with the Civil Service, House of Commons and NHS England committing to providing support
Government appoints Professor Dame Lesley Regan as England’s first Women’s Health Ambassador
The NHS employs 1.3 million people and more than 75% of them are women
Sir Lindsay Hoyle signs The Menopause Workplace Pledge on behalf of The House of Commons
A special event brought together senior ministers and civil servants to sign the pledge
Fundraisers walked 1,400 miles throughout the month of May
We are looking for leading experts to join our research committee
A grant of up to £250,000 is open to applications from researchers based in Scotland
Editor-in-Chief Rosie Nixon and GP Dr Nighat Arif attended their first event as Ambassadors for the charity this week
BBC journalist Tulip Mazumdar has been researching pregnancy loss and maternal health for more than a year, after experiencing four miscarriages herself
A new study funded by Wellbeing of Women could help identify ovarian cancer more accurately and save other women from unnecessary and often invasive tests and procedures
A new report from The Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists reveals the devastating impact of long waits for gynaecology care for 570,000 women in the UK
Organisations are leading the way and offering menopause support to collleagues
TV star opens up about her menopause experience seven years ago, as she backs the campaign
In 2020, Natasha Still started The Walking Women to process difficulties she was facing with her gynaecological health and to increase awareness while raising money for Wellbeing of Women. Here she discusses her next challenge for 2022 – Miles for May!
Researchers hope the PARP Inhibitor Resistance Study (PAIRS) will help doctors treat and support ovarian cancer patients more effectively
After several years of traumatic periods and countless tests, Suzanne finally received a diagnosis of endometriosis.
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After two decades of heavy, painful periods, and countless stays in hospital, Kat Francois finally received a diagnosis of adenomyosis.
Maureen, who lives in Northern Ireland, discovered she had PCOS after reading about the symptoms in a medical book and finally received a diagnosis at the age of 29.
In the second trimester of her pregnancy, Samira chose to get vaccinated against Covid. Here she explains why she had the vaccine and offers reassurance for other mums
There needs to be a greater focus on engaging with pregnant women to boost vaccination rates, say leading experts
Although polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is a common health condition, affecting about 8% of women, there are still plenty of myths floating about when it comes to symptoms, such as infertility, weight and excessive hair growth
Ahead of our ‘Let’s Talk Periods’ webinar, Dr Varsha Jain gives us the lowdown on two common, yet often not talked about, women’s health conditions that can cause painful and heavy periods – and what you can do to help manage symptoms
Professor Dame Lesley Regan responds to the Women's Health Vision published by the Government today
This Christmas, Liza Grayson, from Liverpool, and her partner, Thomas, are celebrating the joy of family, after both of their children were born prematurely
Double your donation in the Big Give Christmas Challenge 2021 and help us to fund research into preterm birth
We were delighted to hold a sparkling lunch celebrating the release of Dame Joan Collins’ latest memoir My Unapologetic Diaries
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Top politicians and business leaders have come together to call for more awareness and positive action on addressing menopause in the workplace.
Wellbeing of Women chair wins award to mark her life-long commitment to women's health
Our Royal Patron, The Countess of Wessex, joined a roundtable discussion to back our campaign and highlight the “tragic” impact that the menopause can have on women and the need for support in the workplace
The Match, which has raised over £8 million for women's health research since 1988, will be held in Oxfordshire this June
Improvements in women’s health will provide tangible benefits for everyone in society. It is time to prioritise, not marginalise, women’s health issues at global, national and local levels, says Wellbeing of Women researcher Dr Jacqueline Maybin
Wellbeing of Women Launch Five-Year Strategy at an all-star panel event
The Countess of Wessex discusses the taboos and stigma surrounding women’s health issues in conversation celebrating appointment
Before speaking at Wellbeing of Women’s perimenopause webinar, author and women’s health expert Maisie Hill tells us what inspired her to write about perimenopause and what to expect at the event
From finishing her studies to catching a train, endometriosis has made every aspect of 28-year-old Rachael’s life a challenge
We invite you to pay tribute to mothers everywhere by sharing a vision of motherhood
In 2022, University of Glasgow students Nia and Miriam will be attempting two world records as they row 3,000 miles across the Atlantic Ocean to raise money for Wellbeing of Women. Here they explain what possessed them to embark on the challenge
Evie Cogley, the president of the Hula Hooping Society at Nottingham Trent University, tells us why she and the society chose to walk 100,000 kilometres to raise money for Wellbeing of Women research this year
Ahead of our online discussion, where can you find more support?
The comedian will urge listeners to donate towards our life-saving health research
At Wellbeing of Women's latest webinar on 10th November, experts spoke about social egg freezing, discussing everything from the science behind it to the ethics surrounding it
A panel of experts will discuss egg freezing at Wellbeing of Women’s next webinar on Tuesday 10th November, but what is there to debate?
Woona was 31 when she found out she had a painful health condition that could medically prevent her from conceiving naturally. Five rounds of IVF, one abdominal myomectomy and six laparoscopies later, she is determined to stay positive
After being diagnosed with cervical cancer aged 27, Aoife's treatment – which included radiotherapy and a radical hysterectomy – meant that she went through menopause almost 30 years earlier than average
Sarah realised how little support and education women receive about menopause when she began experiencing it herself aged 43. As she struggled to manage her symptoms – all while working for a very male industry – she decided to do something about it
Wellbeing of Women is excited to welcome Professor Regan, who has unrivalled knowledge and experience of women’s health issues
Wellbeing of Women researcher, Dr Sarah Kitson, tells us what women need to know about womb cancer
Val Curtis visited a GP in 2018 after experiencing vaginal bleeding outside menopause, and received a devastating diagnosis
Academic clinical lecturer at the University of Manchester and former Wellbeing of Women researcher, Dr Vanitha Sivalingam, tells us about a gynaecological cancer that more women need to know about
Aoife P. Rafter was diagnosed with cervical cancer aged 27, when she was already working hard to manage her cystic fibrosis, a serious health condition that causes persistent lung infections
September is Gynaecological Cancer Awareness Month, 30 days dedicated to raising awareness about and raising funds for research into five devastating cancers
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We spoke to Wellbeing of Women researcher, Dr Kate Navaratnam, about working on a busy maternity ward, motherhood and her research into protecting babies from a life-threatening infection
We asked author and journalist Luce Brett why she has decided to speak up
Journalist Eve Pollard OBE spoke to the bestselling author at Wellbeing of Women's recent webinar
A perinatal psychiatrist tells us why mental health before and after pregnancy is so important
Hear from a mental health expert and an inspiring mum at our next virtual event on 16th June
Help us raise funds for life-changing women's health research this spring
At our next webinar, join author Dr Alyson McGregor and journalist Lynn Enright as they discuss women's health in a male-centred world
Kamini Naik, 27, suffered with endometriosis for 10 years before she was diagnosed. Here she tells us about her journey and what a new treatment would mean to her
At 36, Amy Van Wyk was diagnosed with a type of ovarian cancer that’s particularly difficult to treat. Here, she explains how a new cure or treatment would completely change her and her husband’s life
Wellbeing of Women researcher Dr David Jeevan is working to develop a new, groundbreaking test for ovarian cancer. We spoke to him about his exciting project and what it could mean for thousands of women
What you need to know if you're a Wellbeing of Women grant applicant or holder
Using a Wellbeing of Women scholarship, research midwife Sam Nightingale has developed a video to help women prepare for induced labour. For International Day of the Midwife we spoke to her about her journey to midwifery and what she values most about the role