SWAN Featured in NIA News

SWAN Featured in NIA News

The NIA News released a health article entitled, “Four studies explore women’s brain and heart health during midlife.”

SWAN NEWS

SWAN Featured in NIA News

The NIA News released a health article entitled, “Four studies explore women’s brain and heart health during midlife.”

SWAN NEWS

SWAN Featured in NIA News

SWAN Featured in NIA News

The NIA News released a health article entitled, “Four studies explore women’s brain and heart health during midlife.”

SWAN Featured in NIA News

The NIA News released a health article entitled, “Four studies explore women’s brain and heart health during midlife.”

SWAN Featured in NBC News

SWAN Featured in NBC News

The NBC News released a health article entitled, “Prescription sleep pills not likely to help women in long run, study finds.”

SWAN Featured in the Washington Post

SWAN Featured in the Washington Post

The Washington Post released a health article entitled, “Black women’s health problems during menopause haven’t been a focus of medicine.

Second Place Poster Prize

Second Place Poster Prize

Samar R. El Khoudary, PhD, from the University of Pittsburgh was recognized by The North American Menopause Society (NAMS).

O Magazine Highlights SWAN

O Magazine Highlights SWAN

In a recent O Magazine article, SWAN was recognized as a major source of scientific knowledge about midlife women and menopause.

Congratulations to Alexis Reeves!

Congratulations to Alexis Reeves!

University of Michigan Epidemiology PhD student Alexis Reeves, MPH has been awarded a two-year F31 award from the National Institute of Aging.

1st Place Poster Presentation

1st Place Poster Presentation

Alexis Nasr presented a poster at the American Heart Association’s 26th annual Fellows Research Day at the University of Pittsburgh on January 12.

OPRAH.COM Article References SWAN Paper (Oct 2016)

OPRAH.COM Article References SWAN Paper (Oct 2016)

his paper reports that women with  higher levels of C-reactive protein (CRP) were more likely to experience premenstrual moodiness, cramps, backaches, weight gain and bloating and breast pain.

SWAN Featured in the NY Times

SWAN Featured in the NY Times

SWAN study findings about hot flashes was recently published in the New York Times diminishing the myth that hot- flashes last for only a few years.

Congratulations to Jelena Pavlovic!

Congratulations to Jelena Pavlovic!

Jelena Pavlovic’s paper, “Are Drops in Estrogen Levels More Rapid in Women with Migraine?” was recently published in an online issue of Neurology, the medical journal of American Academy of Neurology.

SWAN Night-Out at the Michigan Site

SWAN Night-Out at the Michigan Site

Our Principal Investigator, Sioban Harlow, will lead the sessions that will discuss what we have learned together with an update on the future direction of the study.

Hysterectomy Not Tied to Heart Risk Factors: Study

Hysterectomy Not Tied to Heart Risk Factors: Study

Despite evidence suggesting that women whose uterus has been removed may be more likely to experience heart troubles, a new study finds that the usual signs of heart disease risk are not more severe in middle-aged women after hysterectomy.