OK, so it's not the catchiest name anybody ever heard--but it's an important topic nonetheless.
It may not be a news flash to you, dear reader, but it turns out men and women are different. . . and that some of those differences can have serious health consequences for women.
The nonprofit Society for Women's Health Research focuses on women's health, broadly defined, and helps bring attention to gender disparities in research funding, women's representation in medical research, sex differences in diagnosis and treatment, and other key issues.
Check out SWHR's page, "10 Differences that Make a Difference" for a look at some examples: http://www.womenshealthresearch.org/hs/10diff.htm