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A Woman’s Mouth Matters – Oral Health with Dr. Gundersen

The health of the mouth is intimately connected to the health of the rest of the body. It’s the beginning of the digestive system and the respiratory system, and plays an important role in eating, drinking, breathing, tasting, talking, and kissing. Yet only 60-70% of adults seek routine dental care. In his presentation on “Oral […]

Anxiety in Women Comes in Many Forms, But Can Be Managed

It was 2:30 in the morning when Shirley’s eyes popped open. Thoughts tumbled through her mind. “I know I am going to be in trouble with my boss because I didn’t finish the proposal on time. He is going to yell and I won’t get that raise I need. My bill for the […]

Heart & Happiness

Eleanor Roosevelt said, “Happiness is not a goal…it’s a by-product of a life well lived.” Are you ready to get heart healthy and happy this summer? To reach that emotional state of joy and happiness, you need to take measures and choose to have a healthy lifestyle. By investing in modest lifestyle changes you can […]

Calling All Nurses! Let Us Support You!

Nurses continually give their time, energy, and expertise to help build healthier communities. The Wisconsin Women’s Health Foundation (WWHF) wants to aid you in the good work you do. If you are a nurse looking to use your talents to educate women in your community, join the GrapeVine Project! GrapeVine trains nurses […]

February is American Heart Month

Take time this month to focus on your heart health. We know that with the way the American lifestyle is, it can be difficult. We eat a lot, watch a lot of TV, sit at our desks all day, and hardly have time for physical activity. This lifestyle has not been without […]

Schedule Your Healthy Aging Brain Session Today!

Sue Richards (BSN, FN, FCN), our professionally trained Faith Community Nurse, conveniently conducts free Healthy Aging Brain Sessions right where you are!

Schedule a free women’s health program to learn about the different types of dementia. In this session you will learn about what you can do to adopt a ‘brain healthy’ lifestyle and […]

2014 Annual Dialogue on Multiple Sclerosis: it is not a hopeless disease

Thank you to everyone who was in attendance at this year’s Annual Dialogue on Multiple Sclerosis which took place on the morning of October 29 at the Madison Concourse Hotel. We were joined by about a hundred individuals from around the state, including representatives from our two partner organizations for […]

Staying Active with the Change in Season

Everything about the late fall and winter season is a cry for comfort – comfort food, comfortable socks, warm and cozy evenings spent near the fire… So it sure can be difficult to make exercise a priority when you’re vigorously counting the minutes until you can get back home for a nice cup of soup. […]

The Unlikely Connection Between Diabetes & Oral Hygiene

Brushing your teeth twice daily does more than just keep them white.

Sometimes preventive action against disease is a result of our smallest choices. It’s these everyday choices that influence our health in the long term, which can be overwhelming when not properly attended to. Not paying attention to oral hygiene may not […]

National Women’s Health Week

Help us celebrate National Women’s Health Week!

Want to know what it means to be a “well woman”? According to the Office on Women’s Health it means: to be as healthy as you can be and taking steps to improve your health. These steps could include any of the following:

Receive regular checkups and screenings. […]