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Wealden Branch: Garden Talk with Alan Sargent

Wellbeing of Women's Wealden Branch held a garden talk with leading expert Alan Sargent and raised £529 for women's health. Alan Sargent is Britain's leading...

UK launches soft drink sugar tax in hope of reducing obesity

A ‘sugar tax’ on soft drinks has come into force today in the UK. From Friday 6th April manufacturers will pay a levy based on...

Inspiring Women in Business Conference 2018

Wellbeing of Women is delighted to be charity partners with Management Today's Inspiring Women in Business Conference. This year, the event is coming back to...

Hike for Hope – the 6th trek by Sir Marcus Setchell...

More than a decade ago Sir Marcus Setchell, Wellbeing of Women’s Hon President, and renowned prostate surgeon Roger Kirby embarked on Hike for Hope...
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IWD:How has Women’s Health Pressed For Progress over the years?

From the 1860s when Florence Nightingale first revolutionised nursing and the health care profession, to the introduction of the NHS in 1948, then to...
Emma Freud, Claudia Winkleman with Eve Pollard. Photo: Alan Davidson

An Evening with Claudia, Emma & Eve

Claudia Winkleman, Emma Freud and Eve Pollard have shown their support for women's health. The Queen of Primetime TV was joined by her mum, and former...
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We’re appointing new members to our Research Advisory Committee

Wellbeing of Women, a partner charity of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG), the International Federation of Gynecology and Obstetrics (FIGO) and...

Five things you need to know about smear tests

The importance of regular smears cannot be overestimated – having a smear can potentially save your life. In the UK, approximately nine cases of cervical cancer are...