#WomensHealthWeek: Learn How to Dribble Past Breast Cancer

womens health breast cancer For the 17th consecutive year, National Women's Health Week is celebrated. This year, it takes places between May 8 and 13, as defined by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office on Women's Health. Organizations, patients, advocate groups and women throughout the country honor the cause by raising awareness for diseases that affect women, breast cancer being one of the main focuses. Mother's Day kicked off the week and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office on Women's Health launched a website where women can search by their age group ways to take action and make their health a priority. "It’s never too early or late to work toward being your healthiest you! This National Women’s Health Week, we want to help you take control of your health," explain the department. "Take the first step! Join the National Women’s Health Week celebration and learn what you can do to lead a healthier life at any age." From mental to physical health, women of all ages are encouraged to participate in the day and also keep track of their health. There are many generic recommendations focused on improving overall health, including being physically active, eating healthily, managing stress, getting enough sleep, getting checkups or preventive screenings, and avoid unhealthy behaviors such as smoking. But there are also specific recommendations on how to avoid determined disea
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