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Sex and Science: You Don't Know the Half of It

Women make up more than half of the country. But women remain underrepresented in studies of diseases that are most likely to kill them. Let’s learn the other half of the story.

How women’s health research fits into our history — and points to the future

Women and Research: It’s About Time

Women and Research: It’s About Time

Do you know what year the first iPhone came out? Or when the Titanic sank? How about the year of the first heart bypass? Come and play along with us, and learn where women’s health research fits into our history. And what Women’s Health Research at Yale is doing to create a better future.

What are the biggest differences between women and men?

Sex and Science: You don't know the half of it

Sex and Science: You don't know the half of it

What’s the biggest difference between women and men? Women’s Health Research at Yale took to the streets of New Haven to ask the community and learned something about how people view sex and gender.

What is the top health concern affecting women's mortality in the U.S.?

Sex and Heart Disease: You Don’t Know the Half of It

Sex and Heart Disease: You Don’t Know the Half of It

Cardiovascular disease (CVD) is the top health concern affecting women's mortality in the United States. But only a little more than half of women surveyed recognize that risk. Find out more about how your biology plays a role in heart health.


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What reasons are there to ignore women in health research?

Why Ignore Women: You Don't know the Half of It

Why Ignore Women: You Don't know the Half of It

Can you think of any reasons to ignore women in health research? See how people reacted when we asked them!

What untested medicines would you most like to take?

Sex and the Science of Testing Meds: You Don’t Know the Half of It

Sex and the Science of Testing Meds: You Don’t Know the Half of It

We don’t know what we don’t study. We need researchers to study and analyze their data by gender.