Women’s Health, a new website focused on women-specific health news, fitness, information and reliable advice, has launched online at womenshealth.com.

Featuring talented journalists dedicated to improving women’s health and lives, the approach of Women’s Health is to present sound information and editorial for smart women. With long-form articles, backed with research and insight from leaders in the medical field, topics on Women Healthier include wellness, diet and nutrition, fitness, health conditions and timely topics that are in the news.

Popular articles include The Gut Bacteria and Depression Connection, Living With Polycystic Ovary Syndrome and The Link Between IBD and Anxiety. Seasonal topics include Celebrating the Holidays with a Loved One with Dementia: A Guide for Family Caregivers, 5 Strategies for Surviving Thanksgiving Get-Togethers, and Padma Lakshmi’s Personal Cause: The Endometriosis Foundation of America:

Endometriosis effectively exiled Padma Lakshmi from her life, one week a month, every year, for over 20 years. She’s a college-educated, professional woman living in a major city with access to the best doctors and health insurance. Despite all this, she had never heard of the disease. “I wanted to change that for other young women,” the Emmy nominated actress, food expert, model, award-winning author, and host on Top Chef, says.

Women’s Health also features a resourceful A-Z Health directory, and a forum for women to discuss health topics and seek advice from the community. Also, it features in-depth category for women’s health and fitness tips.

Journalist Emmy Fink is also features in numerous videos, including “Are You Getting Enough Vitamin D?

Note: If you think you may have a medical emergency, call your doctor or 911 immediately. Women’s Health does not provide medical advice, diagnosis or treatment.