COVID-19 Resources for Women

You may not need a doctor right this moment, but a supportive community and trustworthy resources are a must during times like these.

We’ve curated our go-to COVID-19 resources and community happenings here.

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Webinar Schedule

Webinars are every Thursday, 1 PM Pacific, 4 PM Eastern unless otherwise noted. Our healthcare team will interview the experts and take questions AMA-style.

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March 26: Sleep and Stress | Watch on-demand

April 2: Nutritious meals – what to buy at the grocery store | Watch on-demand

April 9: Gut health and immune function with Dr. Erika La Vella | Watch on-demand

April 16: Grief, isolation, and COVID 19 with Dr. Swapna Vaidya | Watch on-demand

April 23: Hydration & socialization – what to drink and what not to drink | Watch on-demand

April 28 at 12 PM Pacific, 3 PM Eastern: Confidence, Creativity, and Menopause with Amy Schmidt | Watch on-demand

April 30: Supplement savvy with Dr. Wendy Ellis | Watch on-demand

May 4: PPEs - How to Make Them & How to Wear Them | Watch on-demand

May 7: The Workout for Michelle Obama's Generation | Watch on-demand 

May 11 at 12 PM Pacific, 3 PM Eastern: Introducing Gennev's Vitality pack for women | Watch on-demand 

May 14: The Business of Supporting Women | Watch on-demand 

May 19 at 3pm ET / 12pm PT: It's On Us: Creating Community in COVID 19 | Watch on-demand

May 21: Community Support with Dr. Swapna Vaidya | Watch on-demand

May 28: Sexual Health in COVID 19 | Watch on-demand


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Coronavirus, menopause, stress, and risk 

In this webinar/podcast, Gennev CEO Jill Angelo talks to Dr. Rebecca Dunsmoor-Su, Chief Medical Officer and director of the Gennev Telemedicine program, Health Coaches Lauren Leedy and Stasi Kasianchuk of the Gennev HealthFix program, and Dr. Swapna Vaidya, psychiatrist, on ways we can stay physically and emotionally healthy in this very unusual, very unpredictable time. Check this article for a list of very useful links to exercise at home and stay on top of changes in the current situation.


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COVID-19, menopause, and risk 

No matter what, the risk of contagion is high, even for healthy adults, so we brought together our Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Rebecca Dunsmoor-Su, and Gennev Menopause Coach, Sports Dietitian, Exercise Physiologist Stasi Kasianchuk, to talk about the risks and the best ways to minimize them. Read the article.


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Telemedicine must step up to fight COVID-19: Now is our time

The AMA reported a 53% increase in telehealth services last year; the opportunity for it to effectively serve the masses has never been more apparent. Right now, we have to help patients understand what is available in telemedicine and keep them out of the waiting rooms to keep space open for critical patients. Read the article


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Gennev announces an expansion of HealthFix 

At Gennev, we’re announcing an expansion of our popular HealthFix subscription service. In this time of the COVID-19 virus, our online services are even more in demand, so we’re making it easier for women in menopause to access the answers and services they need. We talked with Gennev co-founder and CEO Jill Angelo about what this new HealthFix program includes and why it's needed. Read the article


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Working from home now? Reclaim your commute time for self care

Thousands upon thousands of people have been thrust into the realm of working from home. If you are one of the many, we’d like to offer a solid tip that could really shape and balance your days, support your mental and physical health, and even help stem the tide of the most spikey menopause and perimenopause symptoms. Read the article. 

COVID-19 self-assessment...

As women, we often carry the load of caring for our family while managing work, household and financial pressures.

To help put your mind at ease, we recommend the CDC's website as the most trusted and up-to-date source of information and self assessment.

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