Offers healthcare provider and consumer information on the health of women at all ages from an organization of US physicians with a specialty in obstetrics and gynecology
Healthcare provider and consumer information regarding female and male reproduction from a nonprofit organization of physicians and other healthcare providers.
Nonprofit organization composed of gynecologists who are trained in urology. Offers healthcare provider and consumer information regarding detection, prevention, and treatment of female lower urinary tract disorders (such as stress incontinence, overactive bladder) and pelvic floor dysfunction (including sexual conditions).
Nonprofit organization of physicians and other healthcare providers. Offers healthcare provider and consumer information regarding reproductive health issues, such as contraception, urogenital infection, cancer prevention, and menopause.
A nonprofit site for physicians and physician assistants (members and students) who provide health care to female patients. Offers CME opportunities, information on professional practice issues, clinical resources, research scholarships and grants, and employment assistance.
Health and research information for the public, healthcare providers, and policy-makers from the only national organization in the United States devoted solely to the health of black women and girls.
Site of a nonprofit organization that conducts and sponsors health research projects addressing factors that affect the health conditions and needs of Canadian women.
Information for healthcare providers regarding endocrinology-related conditions in men and women (such as menopause, thyroid disorders) from a nonprofit organization composed of physicians specializing in endocrinology.
Nonprofit organization dedicated to broadening quality health services for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender individuals. Provides information on many health-related topics.
A service of the US Office on Women's Health (OWH) and the US Department of Health and Human Services. Site offers information for professionals and consumers, including governmental consumer education links.
Offers information about various types of hormone therapies (eg, thyroid, menopausal hormone therapy) from the consumer arm of The Endocrine Society.
This nonprofit organization offers a library of women's medicine authored by over 650 experts citing more than 40,000 references for clinicians and other medical professionals.
A site considered by many to be the leading US clearinghouse for women's health information.
Comprehensive center for health professionals and the public developed by a for-profit e-learning company. Provides thousands of reviewed articles on drugs and health conditions (with oversight from an Advisory Board), as well as lists of physicians, pharmacies, and support groups. Income generated from licensing content and creating custom products. Also offers Women's Health section with range of topics of interest to menopausal women
The Office of Research on Women's Health serves as a focal point for women's health research at the NIH and ensures that research conducted and supported by NIH adequately addresses issues regarding women's health.
Nonprofit organization offers specific details about family planning and birth control.
Site of the nonprofit women’s health organization also known as the Boston Women’s Health Book Collective offers an extensive number of articles related to menopause and health information for women of all ages.
This site for professionals and the general public offers up-to-date health information, directories, and medical encyclopedias related to premature ovarian failure.
Intended for healthcare professionals, this international scientific organization promotes education in the fields of obstetrics, gynecology, reproductive medicine, and gynecologic oncology.
Site of the leading organization in Canada for physicians specializing in obstetrics and gynecology. Provides information about women's health, including menopause, for both the general public and healthcare professionals.
A site sponsored by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention offering disease risk-factor screenings and referral services for low-income, under-insured, and uninsured women aged 40-64 years in an effort to prevent cardiovascular and other chronic diseases.