IF YOU’RE FEELING BOMBARDED by CBD, blame the 2018 Farm Bill. Yes, this humdrum-sounding piece of government legislation is partially responsible for the fertilization of what is now a booming industry around all things CBD. CBD, for all you non-Farm-Bill readers, is shorthand for “cannabidiol,” and you’re correct in noticingRead More →

MADISON, Wis. (WMTV)– Edgewood Girls Golf hosted the 10th Annual Crusade for the ‘Crusade 4 a Cure’ fundraiser to support women’s health at Maple Bluff Country Club on Monday. The 10th Annual Crusade for the ‘Crusade 4 a Cure’ in action on Monday. Seventeen high school girls golf teams from acrossRead More →

The Victorian gold rush, in the mid-nineteenth century, represented a period of immense wealth and population growth that helped establish Melbourne as one of the richest and most thriving settlements in the colonies. Drs Ellen Balaam, Annie Bennett and Gweneth Wisewould and a nurse at the Women’s Hospital, c. 1915, gift ofRead More →

National women’s health network Unified Physician Management (Unified) announced that it is teaming up with Suki to offer an artificial intelligence-powered, voice-enabled digital assistant to its national network of women’s health care providers. Suki uses a combination of voice commands from physicians and the context in which they practice to create a clinically accurateRead More →

Brookville, In. — The Brookville Library will hold a “Women’s Day of Health” Monday, May 13 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. The event includes free health screenings and keynote speaker Mary Lou Sauer, breast health navigator at noon. McCullough-Hyde/TriHealth, Brookville Healthcare, St. Elizabeth Health, Oxford Family Vision Care, Safe Passage,Read More →

Packenham encouraged attendees to get screened and attend sessions that would help them understand the results they received. (Photo courtesy of Steve McCaw) More than 1,000 women and men from across North Carolina gathered for the fifth annual Women’s Health Awareness (WHA) conference at North Carolina Central University in Durham. This year’sRead More →