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With the average CEO being around age 56, the women who have ascended to leadership positions in recent years — who hold more economic and regulatory power than ever before — are increasingly more comfortable discussing women’s issues and using their platforms to initiate important conversations on menopause, mental illness and other aspects of their health.

With women comprising 46.6% of the U.S. workforce, it makes sense that many of these conversations are happening in the workplace. Employers aligned with the direction of progress can foster a work environment that promotes women’s health for a more equitable future.

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