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womenshealth.gov

Talking with your #teen about sex can be uncomfortable. Here are materials and info you can trust: go.usa.gov/x9GnY #KTFF
Have you decided to skip dip in honor of the Great American Spit Out? We can help keep you focused along the way. smokefree.gov/skip-dip?utm_s…
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#Pregnant Women: Talk openly & honestly w/your clinician about #sex & #STDs. More info at go.usa.gov/x9Jw3
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Activities like yoga can help reduce #anxiety. There are many others so find what’s best for you: go.usa.gov/x9QnE.
Endometriosis is common in women and can be linked to certain types of #cancers. Here’s what you should know: go.usa.gov/x9Qne.
Two condoms don't provide more protection — it’s actually dangerous! Help separate #fact from #fiction. go.usa.gov/x9Gnx #KTFF
Dating violence happens to all kinds of people — including teen girls. Talk to them about it: go.usa.gov/x9QsY.
A4: We can encourage eating healthy, well-balanced meals with tools such as choosemyplate.gov. #SaludTues
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A5b: Monitoring your blood pressure is important because high blood pressure can cause heart attacks & heart failure. #SaludTues
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If your #breastmilk supply is low, here’s what you can do: go.usa.gov/x9QvW.
Too old for the HPV vaccine? You can prevent cervical #cancer with the right test at the right time, @CDC_Cancer go.usa.gov/xkvwj
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Pop quiz: can you name 2 green veggies that are great non-dairy sources of calcium? Check your answer here: bit.ly/2lhx4WV #0to60
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Help your fam take steps toward healthy hearts. Use this @CDCgov guide for a #HeartToHeart on physical activity. bit.ly/2a8rYsd
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#Women, migraines, & #stroke—what’s the connection? 4 stroke risk factors unique to women. bit.ly/2hFoZ91
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Quitting takes time and takes patience. Don't rush yourself and try to take it one hour at a time. smokefree.gov/practicequittx…
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Do you have a higher risk of getting #BreastCancer at a younger age? Talk to your doctor bit.ly/2lQiTJg
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Being overweight can increase your risk of heart disease. Physical activity and healthy eating can help. owl.li/BMtg3073cn3
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#Clinicians: Nearly 1 in 8 people with #HIV don’t know it < go.usa.gov/x9t3M. Talk with & test your patients!
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People who take #PrEP should still use #condoms to protect against #STIs: go.usa.gov/x9tjz
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Heart disease is the #1 cause of death in the U.S. Have a #HeartToHeart about lowering risks w/ facts from @CDCgov bit.ly/2hW7UaL
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Find a friend w/ similar goals—swap healthy recipes & be active together. Staying on track is easier w/ support. #MyPlateMyWins
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Urinary tract infections (UTIs) are the 2nd most common type of infection. Discover symptoms & risk factors: bit.ly/2kV5JWb
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The % of women experiencing postpartum depression has declined in recent years, yet, 1 in 9 women are affected. cdc.gov/mmwr/volumes/6…
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#TeenDatingViolence is far too common. #NICHD uses research to help stop this and other youth violence. huff.to/1RY38qP #TeenDVMonth
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