It’s National Women’s Health Week. Get Healthy!
It’s National Women’s Health Week! The life expectancy data already tell the story: women are better at health than men. Still, National Women’s Health Week serves as a time for women to refocus. Use this week to take steps to improve your health. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Office on Women’s Health has led National Women’s Health Week for twenty years. Let’s look at some recommended steps that promote better health for women.
Simple steps for better health
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- Visit a your physician for a well-woman visit (checkup).
- Receive preventive screenings, and vaccines.
- Get active. GET ACTIVE!
- Eat healthy.
- Pay attention to mental health.
- Manage your stress.
- Practice safe behaviors, such as quitting smoking, not texting while driving, and taking steps to protect yourself from sexually transmitted infections.
What’s the best approach?
Reflect on your health goals. Identify what you believe works for you. Consult with your physician. Use this online tool to uncover personalized tips to help you take the next step on your health journey. Get started today!
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