JWI Speaks Out on Gun Violence
In October, JWI submitted a petition to Congress encouraging the expansion of background checks.
The Girls Achieve Grapeness campaign distributed 10,000 bottles of purple nail polish to college campuses across the country.
The No More survey found that 60 percent of Americans know a victim of domestic violence or sexual assault.
Dr. Elizabeth Chabner Thompson has used her knowledge as a physician and a patient to create products helping women facing breast surgery.
Top hand model Ellen Sirot creates products to help us all keep our hands looking their best—even in winter weather.
Carol Dickman's soothing, patient approach helps seniors, the disables, and the out-of-shape discover the benefits of yoga.
How does a child feel when his or her mother is diagnosed with breast cancer? That’s a question that troubled Debbie Fink after talking to her friend who was a mother who was receiving treatment for the disease.
Humor and a feisty irreverence are helping many women brave a frightening journey.
Jewish women’s irreverent cancer memoirs occupy more than one shelf in the genre’s growing library.
A new book looks at the difficult choices facing women at high risk for developing breast cancer.
The 35th anniversary edition of Our Bodies, Ourselves features new or revised material on every aspect of women's physical and mental well-being.
Being resilient in the face of adversity is something Jewish women know a lot about.
A t-shirt that shows women how to correctly examine their breasts at home.
Sharsheret connects young Jewish women with volunteers who can understand their experiences and discuss their concerns.
Feel beautiful, do a mitzvah, and show your support for those fighting breast cancer all at once wit these handcrafted earrings.