own bodies

Being a woman often means dealing with uncertainty – about our safety, our autonomy, even our own biology. genneve CEO Jill Angelo talks about the power of community and helping women take back control.

midlife weight loss challenge

If your goal is truly to be healthier, the average Facebook-fueled “30 days to your best bikini bod” challenge may not be the best way to reach it, especially for women in midlife and menopause.

menopause symptoms water

If adopting one lifestyle change could ease many of your menopause symptoms, would you do it? Learn how the simple act of drinking more water could help you be healthier and have fewer menopause symptoms.

cancer risk menopause

"This is what preventative healthcare is. This is me taking control of my health." Why take a genetic test to assess your cancer risk? Because knowledge is power.

what is perimenopause

What are the differences between perimenopause, menopause, and post-menopause? What do we need to be thinking about and doing in each stage to protect our health and quality of life? Find out.

mothers day menopause melinda gates

“We are in a window of lift for women," Melinda Gates said recently. genneve CEO Jill Angelo talks about how her mother has lifted her her entire life, and how she's committed to lifting other women to better health and better lives.

skincare menopause

Caring for your skin after menopause doesn't need to be difficult, but it's a good idea to do it! Guest blogger Julia Esguerra provides some tips on caring for your skin in midlife and beyond.

menopause age

At what age does menopause start? It's such a useful and reasonable question that is unreasonably hard to answer. Find out what impacts the age a woman begins her menopause transition and how you can understand your body better.

questionnaire healthcare safety

Can women’s menopause health issues be solved by a questionnaire? Read genneve CEO Jill Angelo's thoughts on menopause, online prescriptions, and providing care that's both convenient and safe.

menopause clumsy

If you're dropping things and bumping into furniture a little more often, it may be due in part to dips in estrogen. Read on for some suggestions to help you not break things quite so often.

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