National Breastfeeding Awareness Month

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services funds┬áthe breastfeeding campaign in hopes to empower women to commit to breastfeeding. Research shows that babies who are exclusively breastfed for six months are less likely to develop ear infections, diarrhea, and respiratory illnesses; they may also be less likely to develop childhood obesity. Continue reading “National Breastfeeding Awareness Month” »

How Can Women Prevent Top Health Risks?

Too often, women believe that many of their most common health risks are inevitable. The reality is that individuals have a great deal more control over their well-being than they think they do.
When women understand the health risks that are common to them, they can be more proactive about managing these risks.

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