5 Women’s Health Blogs to Follow

July 24, 2021

Women's Health BlogsSubscribing to blogs is one of the best ways to keep informed about just about any topic under the sun. In the case of women’s health blogs, you want to make sure the ones you’re reading cut the mustard when it comes to the quality of the information they provide. It’s essential that your sources for health advice and recommendations are 100% trustworthy – because your well-being is connected to the tips or advice you pay attention to or integrate into your life.

Interested in Women’s Health? Check Out These 5 Women’s Health Blogs to Follow

Women’s Health Associates Blog

The WHA Blog is alive and well. We publish relevant blog posts regularly and invite you to bookmark our blog to read fresh content each month. One thing that makes us unique is that we are an all-female provider staff, committed to providing you with personalized and professional care, and our patients feel that is pretty awesome.

In addition to our blog, here are a handful that we love, trust, and often provide links to regularly:

Women’s Health Mag.com

We like this blog because while their health-based articles are well-researched and informative, they also include some “fluffier” topics around health. For example, in the same stream of blogs where you can read, “Weight Loss Versus Fat Loss—What’s The Difference, Anyway?” and “30 Health Screenings Every Woman Over 40 Needs, According to Doctors”, there are also some pretty typical “How to lose weight from fill-in-the-blank-part-of-your-body” tips and the latest dieting news. Together, it all comprises a very well-rounded array of information the majority of women are looking for.

Healthy Women

This nonprofit website and blog are dedicated to providing health tips and expert opinions about life in general, affecting the modern woman. This may look like a blog talking about postpartum depression or meditation; OR it may be very specific, addressing topics such as cervical health and awareness or how dogs can benefit our physical and mental health. Again, like womenshealthmag.com you get to enjoy a tone and narrative that is easier to read than many clinical blog sources, but still share important and accurate information.

Speaking of Women’s Health

This blog was initially headed up by Holly Thacker, MD, who also happens to be the Director of the Center for Specialized Women’s Health at the Cleveland Clinic. In other words, you can trust that the information found here is based on hard, scientific evidence-based facts. In addition to very specific topics, you’ll also find more generalized information and solutions for the sort of everyday “stuff” we all encounter, like fatigue during menopause, coping with kids who still wet the bed, sleep apnea, and treatment (for ourselves or our spouses) and so on. While the information comes directly from the medical experts’ mouths, we find the posts are written in a manner that keeps them engaging and easy to understand.

mindbodygreen women’s health

Mindbodygreen’s tagline is “Where soul meets science” and is full of articles that are wellness-inspired and backed by research. You can choose from a wide range of categories including mindfulness, health, food, movement, beauty, and social good.  In the women’s health category, you’ll find topics such as “How to Eat Based On Your Menstrual Cycle Phase, According To An MD” and “Are You At Risk For Osteoporosis? Here Are The Facts?”.  They also offer functional nutrition programs and online fitness classes.

Do you have a favorite women’s health blog?  If so, we’d love for you to share it with us!