OASH Health Information Gateway Decomissioned

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As of February 29, 2024, the Office on Women's Health has decommissioned the Health Information Gateway.

As many as 1 in 5 of American women have a disability. The former gateway for "Illnesses and Disabilities" of womenshealth.gov provided information and resources important to women with disabilities, as well as caregivers, friends, family members, and others.

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If you are looking for open-access women's health data, we encourage you to go to the following CDC sources:

  • CDC WONDER (Wide-ranging online data for epidemiologic research)
  • BRFFS (Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System)
  • PRAMS (Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System)
  • NCHHSTP AtlasPlus (HIV, viral hepatitis, STDs, and TB Prevention).

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Para Sailing will not be included in the Paralympic Games for LA28

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Announcement

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January 30, 2023 – World Sailing has vowed to continue supporting Para Sailing worldwide following the news that the sport will not be included in the Paralympic Games for LA28. The International Paralympic Committee (IPC) delivered their verdict today, stating that they had received a number of strong bids to be part of the Games in Los Angeles.

There were 33 sports seeking inclusion for the LA28 Paralympic Games and we appreciate the challenge this poses to the IPC Board. No sport has successfully been reinstated and we knew this was going to be a difficult task.

— World Sailing

World Sailing launched its #BacktheBid campaign in the summer of 2021 to restore sailing to the Paralympic Games and offer a new generation of sailors the chance to compete at the highest level. There are now 41 nations on five continents active in Para Sailing, and over 630 active Para Sailors registered with World Sailing.

Five World Championship Para Sailing events took place in 2022 and Para Sailing will make its debut at the Allianz World Sailing Championships – The Hague 2023 later this year when sailors in Hansa 303, 2.4mR and RS Venture Connect classes will compete for world titles.