HealthyWomen's Talk Show, For Women By Women

HealthyWomen launched WomenTalk to bring together healthcare professionals and women to connect about their health. Now more than ever, we know how important it is to take care of our health, and how impactful it is to share our health journeys.

We are proud to present current and up-to-date information brought directly to you from guests who are top healthcare providers, researchers, experts, and leading professionals in their fields. On WomenTalk, we bring you authentic, engaging, and personal stories by women for women.

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WomenTalk: "Sex — Pleasure and Pain "

Let’s talk about sex. 🔥 On this week’s episode, we’re bringing WomenTalk into the bedroom. We’ll be destigmatizing sexual health and discussing how to achieve more sexual pleasure, how to talk to your partner(s) about sexual pleasure, and when pain in the bedroom is a sign of something more serious. You don’t want to miss this sexy and informative episode!

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WomenTalk: "Military Mental Health"

On this week’s episode of WomenTalk, “Military Mental Health”, join HealthyWomen, Tiffany Lange, Psy.D., and Pam Price, R.N., as we discuss the prevalence of mental health issues among active duty servicewomen and servicemembers with female biology, how mental health impacts their military careers, and barriers to and resources for getting care.

WomenTalk: “Talking to Your Healthcare Provider About Living with Obesity"

On this week’s episode of WomenTalk, join HealthyWomen as we connect with leading experts to discuss the complex disease of obesity. There’s no one-size-fits-all solution to obesity — healthy eating and physical activity alone may not work for everyone. A supportive healthcare provider is key to women feeling comfortable starting the conversation and starting their journey to better health.

WomenTalk: “The Future of Menopause With Stacy London Featuring Omisade Burney-Scott"

On this week’s episode of “WomenTalk: The Future of Menopause with Stacy London featuring Omisade Burney-Scott”, join HealthyWomen as we welcome State of Menopause CEO and style maven Stacy London and Omisade Burney-Scott, founder of The Black Girl’s Guide to Surviving Menopause, as we discuss aging smart and aging well natural remedies like CBD, and more. There’s no better time than now to have this needed conversation around menopause and the the future of women’s health.

WomenTalk: “Covid —The Long Haul, Part 2”

The second of Covid — The Long Haul series will feature a discussion with Emily Taylor, vice president of advocacy and engagement at Solve M.E., and Semhar Fisseha, a patient living with long Covid. Moderated by Dr. Monica Mallampalli, HealthyWomen’s senior scientific advisor, this episode will focus on how pre-existing chronic pain conditions such as fibromyalgia and rheumatoid arthritis may be risk factors for long Covid, and how clinicians and patients can identify and learn to manage these symptoms.

WomenTalk: “Covid —The Long Haul, Part 1”

On this week’s episode of WomenTalk, we’ll have an informative conversation with leading experts and patients about long Covid and chronic pain. This episode will be hosted by HealthyWomen’s senior scientific advisor Dr. Monica Mallampalli, who will be joined by Dr. Don L. Goldenberg of Practical Pain Management, an expert on fibromyalgia and rheumatic disorders, and author of several reports on long Covid, as well as Leslie Stullken, a woman who has been living with long Covid for more than a year.

WomenTalk: “Taking Control of Your Menopause Symptoms”

On this week’s episode of WomenTalk, join HealthyWomen as we help you take control of your menopause symptoms by connecting with leading experts to discuss the emotional and physical impacts of menopause, available treatment options and how women can talk to their healthcare provider about this life transition.

WomenTalk: “Life with Fibroids Part 2”

On this week’s episode of WomenTalk: Life With Fibroids, Part 2, join HealthyWomen and The White Dress Project as we connect with leading experts and patients to discuss barriers to care, treatment options, long-term impacts on your health, and the steps you can take right now to manage life with fibroids.

WomenTalk: “Life with Fibroids”

On this week’s episode of WomenTalk, join us for a candid conversation with leading experts about fibroids. The conversation will be led by WomenTalk host Beth Battaglino, RN-C, CEO of HealthyWomen, who will be joined by Dr. Erica E. Marsh and Asha S. Winfield, PH.D. You’ll learn all about fibroids, including your risk factors, barriers to healthcare in rural areas, long-term impacts on your health and the steps you can take right now to manage life with fibroids.

WomenTalk: "Girlfriends Day with Marcia Cross and Lillian Kreppel"

On this week’s episode of WomenTalk, join us for a candid conversation with actress Marcia Cross on her HPV-related cancer diagnosis and why girlfriends are sometimes the best medicine. We’ll discuss the power of shared experiences and give you practical tips on how to support your girlfriends through their health journeys in real and helpful ways.

WomenTalk: "Better Sleep, Better Health: Understanding Insomnia"

Getting enough restful sleep is critical to good health. So how can you tell the difference between just a few nights of poor sleep and a sleep disorder? Join HealthyWomen and leading experts for this WomenTalk episode and learn all about insomnia, including your risk factors, the potential long-term impacts on your health and the steps you can take right now toward better sleep.

WomenTalk: "ABC's of Brain Health"

On this week’s episode of WomenTalk, we’ll be discussing brain health, led by WomenTalk host, Beth Battaglino, RN-C, CEO of HealthyWomen, and joined by Dr. Gayatri Devi, neurologist, Park Avenue Neurology and member of the HealthyWomen Women’s Health Advisory Council. We’ll be looking at ways to keep your brain active and healthy and how to recognize the normal signs of aging versus something more serious.

WomenTalk: "Telehealth & Pain Management: What You Need to Know"

On this episode of WomenTalk, we’ll be discussing the intersection of telehealth and pain management led by host, Monica Mallampalli, Ph.D., HealthyWomen’s senior scientific advisor, joined by Kate Nicholson, HealthyWomen’s Chronic Pain Advisory Council, executive director, National Pain Advocacy Center, and Dr. Anita Gupta, adjunct assistant professor of anesthesiology and critical care medicine and pain medicine at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and HealthyWomen Board Member.

WomenTalk: “Beyond the Body- Perspectives From Real Women”

On this episode of WomenTalk, we do a live Q&A moderated by our own Luisa Santa-Coleman, MPH, HealthyWomen Education Director and Ariana Chao, Ph.D., CRNP, Assistant Professor, Department of Biobehavioral Health Sciences, Medical Director, Center for Weight and Eating Disorders, Director of Enrichment Programs, Penn Center for Nutritional Science and Medicine, Perelman School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania. The six women who shared their experiences living with obesity in our “Beyond the Body” video take questions on living with obesity. This program was developed in partnership with the Obesity Action Coalition and the Reclaim Your Wellness Campaign with the Black Women’s Health Imperative.

WomenTalk: “Healthy Wallet”

We’ll be joined by Stacy Francis, founder, Savvy Ladies, to talk countdown to Tax Day! Discover the five things you need to know as you plan and prepare for Tax Day 2022.

WomenTalk: “Best Life in Midlife”

Midlife brings changes in relationships, health, appearance and careers. Patricia Geraghty, MSN, FNP-BC, WHNP, medical director, Each Woman’s Health, offers tips to help you thrive in all areas of your life.

WomenTalk: “Access to Contraception”

Why are some women being denied their contraceptive of choice by their insurance companies, and what can you do? Hear from Mara Gandal-Powers, director of birth control access, National Women’s Law Center, and Dr. Shawana Moore, board chair, Nurse Practitioners in Women’s Health.