by Amy Green
It is my story, it may be your story, it is the story of some of my friends, and strangers I have yet to know. An undeniable and powerful common thread throughout history for women is the ability to become a mother. The journey to motherhood is where our differences begin, honoring and respecting each other, as we […] [read more…]
by Heather Stewart
“Perhaps most important, we need to keep saying to anyone out there who has ever been assaulted: you are not alone.We have your back. I’ve got your back.”
– President Barack Obama, January 22, 2014
On a cold January morning, over 400 college administrators from nearly 80 Tennessee institutions of higher education gathered in an auditorium on the campus of […] [read more…]
Do you want to be healthier, but don’t have the resources to reach your goal?
All About Women is offering a grant that will help you address your biggest health concern, working together with a group of your peers.
Since 2002, All About Women has connected women with free, engaging resources to balance their lives and improve their health. The Inspiring Women […] [read more…]
by Nancy Anness
In roughly one week, Tennessee politicians will have an opportunity to vote for a plan that could drastically improve the health of women in the state.
On February 2, the Tennessee legislature will discuss Insure Tennessee, Governor Haslam’s plan that would enable about 200,000 Tennesseans to afford health insurance. According to a report from the Center for Business and […] [read more…]
by Sandy Dimick
Are you or is someone you know not enrolled in a health plan yet?
We’re midway through the Open Enrollment period for 2015 health coverage. Two Open Enrollment deadlines have already passed, but as we prepare to bring in a New Year, don’t forget to mark your calendar for the two remaining 2015 deadlines, Jan. 15 and Feb. 15.
Numerous […] [read more…]