Dr. Sharon B. Ufberg
Dr. Sharon Ufberg hosts Wednesday Wellness Wakeup on KVON/KVYN radio and Alive and Kicking on NPR’s 51% radio. She is the health and wellness editor for Napa Valley Life Magazine and currently blogs and posts articles for Huffington Post, WomenEnews, Womens Media Center, and IntegrativePractitioner.com . She is an advocate to empower women and men to take responsibility for their own health care and wellness. A delegate to the United Nation’s Commission on the Status of Women, she is an international leader and activist in the areas of women’s health and safety, economic self sufficiency, domestic violence and human trafficking.
While many legislators seem intent on narrowing women's access to affordable care, individuals and foundations still work to expand it. Such is the mission of Dana Dornsife. More »
Authored by Lisa Cosgrove of the Harvard Center for Ethics, a recent statistical analysis of studies assessing the relationship between breast and ovarian cancer and antidepressant drug use finds possible link. More »
Without judging the parties involved, two Brooklyn documentarians present an award winning story of those most vulnerable in what has become a global industry. More »
The focus of the United Nation’s Commission on the Status of Women this year, in annual meetings ending today, is to promote women’s and girls’ access to education, training, science and technology. Here is one woman’s story. More »
From the White House, presidential assistant Stephanie Cutter rallies defenders of the health care bill against legal threats, health care journalist Sharon Ufberg reports. Two federal lawsuits brought by state attorneys general imperil the newly won benefits. More »
The International Museum of Women is an innovative “new media” approach that utilizes women’s creative powers as a bridge for activism. More »