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Women’s Health

National Women’s Health Week is May 10-16

National Women’s Health Week serves as a reminder for women to make their health a priority and take care of themselves.

The foundation of good health is the same no matter your age! Eat healthy, be active, go to the doctor or nurse for regular checkups, take care of your mental health, and don’t take unnecessary risks, like texting while driving. Whether you’re in your 20s or 90s, we’ve got you covered. Choose your decade below to find out what steps you can take for good health!

Healthy living in your 20s

Checklist for health living in your 20’s

Healthy living in your 30s

Checklist for health living in your 30’s

Healthy living in your 40s

Checklist for health living in your 40’s

Healthy living in your 50s

Checklist for health living in your 50’s

Healthy living in your 60s

Checklist for health living in your 60’s

Healthy living in your 70s

Checklist for health living in your 70’s

Healthy living in your 80s

Checklist for health living in your 80’s

Healthy living in your 90s

Checklist for health living in your 90’s

Source: U.S. Department of Health & Human Services / Office on Women’s Health

Get Your Screenings

Close up of a doctor holding a stethoscope up to the camera

Don’t let your health get pushed to the bottom of your “to do” list. Schedule your preventative care appointment today!

Manage Mental Health

A woman smiling while chatting with another person who is out of focus.

More than 1 in 5 women have experienced a mental health condition in the last year. Make your mental health a priority.

Get Moving

A woman hiking in green mountains.

Women of all ages and abilities benefit from getting active! Treat yourself to daily movement as an act of self-care.

Set a Healthy Example

A woman putting a pan in the oven with a young child nearby watching and smiling.

When a woman eats healthy, everyone in her household is more likely to do so! Be the example for your family.

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