Institute For Women'
Institute For Women's Health To Celebrate 10th
DENTON A luncheon to commemorate the 10th
anniversary of the Institute for Women's Health at Texas Woman's
University will be April 11 from 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. in Hubbard
Hall, located at the intersection of Bell Avenue and
Administration Drive on the Denton TWU campus. Dr. Sydney
Bonnick, M.D., F.A.C.P. and medical director for the institute,
will be the guest speaker.
The cost is $20 and the deadline for reservations is April 4.
For reservations, call (940) 898-2588.
The Institute for Women's Health develops and supports
research projects that investigate the causes and prevention of
conditions and diseases that affect women. The institute's
- The Pioneer Project a one-of-a-kind study
investigating the long-term interplay of physical,
behavioral and social factors that affect the health of
women ages 18-60;
- The Pauline Berry Mack Study an osteoporosis study
that spans 40 years investigating bone density and
- The Healthy Bones Project a study funded by the
National Institutes of Health that is examining the
effects of calcium and exercise on grown bones; and
- The Houston Women's Health Agenda a series of
reports about the status of women's and girls' health in
the greater Houston area.
More information on the Institute for Women's Health can be
found at www.twu.edu/iwh .
For Further Information Contact:
Director of News and Information
Tel: (940) 898-3456