Across the span of medicine, women have had different access to care than men. Hormonal birth control was tested and developed on women, despite the complexity of female biology. Exercise equipment of old (imagine those nautilus machines of the 80's), was developed to fit men- without regard to women's smaller statures. To this day, much of the research coming out of pharmacology is centered around male responses.
Oversight allowed for poor health outcomes and ignorance of the unique needs of women. Because of how dynamic our bodies are throughout our lifespan, our needs differ greatly from men. Sensory changes, immunity challenges and bone density degradation- these are all difficulties that are uniquely biased to women. Add to that the complexity of aging: raising children, finding your joy in working, responding to changing environmental and political climates- the life of women is dynamic. As such, it is our deep desire to provide offerings that help to support women across their lifespan.