It’s Women’s History Month, which makes it the perfect time to talk about your health and issues with these quick women’s health tips.
Prenatal care and care after you give birth are key parts of a healthy pregnancy. Learn more about your pregnancy care.
Your yearly well-woman visit with your doctor is the right time to talk about issues like endometriosis and menopause and to get routine screenings for breast and cervical cancer and bone density.
Women are more likely to die from a heart attack, and one of the reasons for that is not knowing the heart attack symptoms for women, which are different than for men.
Women are more likely to show signs of depression and anxiety than men.
STDs can affect women more seriously than men, which makes screenings and the HPV vaccine very important.
Osteoarthritis, which affects more women than men, can hurt your ability to be independent later in life.
Women are more likely to suffer from urinary tract issues throughout their lives.