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Do you know your health risks? Learn from Sibley's own Dr. Pouneh Razavi as she discuss women's health and breast cancer awareness with Chilli Amar of .
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Senator Patty Murray May 16
Ensuring protections for people with pre-existing conditions isn’t about politics—it’s about life and death for so many families. Senate Republicans need to start doing what we were sent here to do and vote on the bills from the House that would .
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Tammy Duckworth May 16
It’s galling that during , Alabama passed legislation that would violate women’s basic freedoms and restrict their access to healthcare. We all need to fight against extreme laws like these while continuing our work to protect women’s right to medical care.
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Tom Udall May 15
This week is National Women’s Health Week. We must band together and fight to make the maternal death rate zero, to make sure every woman can access reproductive health services, and for the resources all moms need to keep themselves and their families happy and healthy.
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Kathleen Williams May 16
It’s National Women’s Health Week, yet some politicians have been working overtime to rob women of their ability to make private health decisions with their doctors. There's no mincing words: the abortion bans we're seeing in Georgia and Alabama are wrong.
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Leana Wen, M.D. May 17
This National Women's Health Week, I'm proud to stand with business leaders in supporting access to reproductive healthcare — which is healthcare.
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NIH Women's Health May 17
Some mental health disorders, such as depression and anxiety, are more common among women than men. Learn more about the warning signs from at .
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Mental Health NIMH May 17
Women and men can develop most of the same mental disorders and conditions, but may experience different symptoms. Learn the warning signs for women: .
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Senator Patty Murray May 17
Access to a safe, legal abortion is an essential part of women’s health care. I will continue to stand with women and men across the country to defend .
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womenshealth.gov May 17
When it comes to your health journey, it’s not about where you were last year or even yesterday. It’s about where you are today and where you want to go. So, buckle up and get ready to take the next step. ➡️
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American Heart Assoc May 14
Women with diabetes have a twofold increased risk of heart disease compared with men. A look at what's behind the gender gap:
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Mental Health NIMH May 16
Are you a mom-to-be? Some women are at greater risk for developing postpartum depression. Learn more about risk factors and causes:
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Rep. Kim Schrier May 16
Happy National Women's Health Week! I want to remind all of the women who are so used to taking care of everybody else, to also take care of yourself. Get screened, make sure you put on sunblock, eat well and don't smoke!
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CDC Cancer May 18
Through good days and bad, Carletta prioritized her mental health during cancer treatment. Her message of positivity for those facing breast cancer this Month:
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CDC May 16
It’s OK to ask for help. Talk to your doctor if anxiety, depression, or another issue is getting in the way of your daily life.
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Americans United May 22
These attacks on abortion rights are attacks on church-state separation. These bills put the lives and well-being of women at risk. It’s time to fight for church-state separation like your life, freedom & country depend on it.
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Soc Breast Imaging May 15
is a great time to begin building positive health habits for life. Habits like healthy eating, regular physical activity, & annual preventative screenings positively impact breast health and overall quality of life. What healthy habits or tips do you recommend for women?
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Congresswoman Kendra Horn May 16
After mastectomies, some women have to have lymph nodes removed. That can lead to Lymphedema, a swelling condition. We can treat Lymphedema with prescription compression supplies, but Medicare doesn't cover them. That makes the supplies more expensive.
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NBT Staff Wellbeing May 17
We're talking Menopause this National Women's Health Week ♀️ Join in the conversation today 12pm - 1.30pm in Carpenter Meeting Room & pick up your free goody bag 🛍️😊
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Senator Patty Murray May 15
Birth control is an essential part of many women’s health care. We need to stop Republican attacks that would force us to go back to the days of women paying extra for it on top of the rest of their coverage. Birth control is health care.
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