Check out our blog post on environmental exposures and its affect on women of color #EnvironmentalHealth http://blog.everywomansoutheast.org/environmental-exposures-and-their-impact-on-the-health-of-women-of-color/
Check out our latest blog post from one of our coalition members on her experience attending Tulane University's Black Women's Health Conference #WomensHealth http://blog.everywomansoutheast.org/?p=211
The Reducing Adolescent Sexual Risk tool, helps health professionals design, adapt and select curriculum-based programs to effectively address critical factors that affect teens' sexual decision making. It is ideal for program planners, policy makers, district administrators and youth-serving organizations. http://www.sexualhealthresourceexchange.org/system/resources/assets/237/Reducing_Adolescent_Sexual_Risk.pdf
The harmful UV rays from both the sun and indoor tanning “sunlamps” can cause many other complications besides skin cancer - such as eye problems, a weakened immune system, age spots, wrinkles, and leathery skin.
Intimate partner violence can put women at risk of contracting STIs including HIV/AIDS. In order to address the issue of sexually transmitted infections, intimate partner violence screening and connection to services for those affected needs to be integrated into STI prevention programs. http://www.futureswithoutviolence.org/userfiles/file/HealthCare/The%20Facts%20on%20Violence%20Against%20Women%20and%20HIVAIDS.pdf
Office on Women's Health facts on breast milk. Breast milk protects infants and benefits mothers, and helps lower medical costs for society. Breast milk is "liquid gold".