Women's health concerns, including menopause, diabetes, staying healthy during pregnancy, heart attack, stroke, prevention, wellness & more.

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  • Women’s Guide to Preventive Care

    What is women’s preventive care? By the time they reach adulthood, it’s important for women to take an active approach to health care. This means making it a priority to schedule routine screenings and services. Preventive care includes immunizations, testing for sexually

  • Measles

    What is measles? Measles (also called rubeola) is a serious respiratory illness. This means it affects the lungs and breathing tubes. It also causes a rash and a fever. It is a very contagious disease. It can be spread to others very easily. In

  • AIDS

    What is AIDS? AIDS (acquired immune deficiency syndrome) is a life-threatening condition caused by human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). The virus makes your body weak and unable to fight off infections. It does this by attacking your body’s immune system, killing CD4 cells

  • Sports and Exercise at Every Age

    A lifelong exercise program helps us live and thrive into old age. There is a place for exercise at every…

  • Adult ADHD

    Attention-deficit hyperactivity fisorder (ADHD) is a group of behaviors that affects focus and self-control. Adults can have ADHD.

  • Healthy Pregnancy for Women with Diabetes

    Diabetes can cause problems during pregnancy. Learn how to manage your diabetes to have a healthy pregnancy.

  • Obesity and Pregnancy

    Women who are obese can have healthy pregnancies. It is important to receive regular prenatal care to manage risks to…

  • Postpartum Health

    Most women who give birth don’t have any problems afterward. But there are complications that can occur.

  • Pap Smear (Pap Test)

    A Pap smear (Pap test) is a medical exam used to determine if a woman has cervical cancer.

  • Options After Fertility Treatments

    If the fertility treatments you have tried have failed, you still have options for trying to have a baby.

  • Emotional Labor and How it Affects Your Health

    Some jobs are more emotionally stressful. This can affect your physical health.

  • Dealing With Hep B and C During Pregnancy

    Women who are pregnant and have hepatitis B or C are at risk for passing the virus to their baby…

  • Monitoring Baby’s Heart Rate During Labor

    Fetal heart rate monitoring keeps track of your baby’s heart rate. This helps your doctor detect problems that may develop…

  • Take Cholesterol to Heart

    If you’re taking a statin, talk to your family doctor about factors such as statin intensity, risk for potential drug…

  • Pelvic Floor Disorders

    A group of muscles and connective tissues make up your “pelvic floor.” It can weaken, causing bladder- or bowel-control problems,…

  • Finding the Right Addiction Treatment Program

    Admitting you have an addiction is hard to do. Find the treatment program that’s right for you.

  • Evaluating and Treating Infertility

    Infertility is defined as trying to get pregnant without success for at least a year. Infertility impacts you physically, financially,…

  • Where You Can Deliver Your Baby

    You have options when deciding where to have your baby. Learn about the different places you might be able to…

  • Bleeding During Pregnancy – What‘s Normal?

    Vaginal bleeding can occur during pregnancy for serious and non-serious reasons.

  • Recurrent Pregnancy Loss

    Recurrent pregnancy loss is when you have 2 or more miscarriages, or pregnancies that end in the first 20 weeks…


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