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“Our health is something that's within our power to take charge of.” –@HerCampus go.usa.gov/3BFEw #NWHW #Go20s pic.twitter.com/r4w6g43U46
Show YOUR strength this #NWHW. Pledge to take steps for better health. go.usa.gov/3BFEQ pic.twitter.com/b7luijXmkb
How can you support Nat’l Women’s Health Week? Join our @ThunderclapIt! bit.ly/1CKyDcJ #NWHW pic.twitter.com/JwWsnloLVK
If you’ve had #chlamydia & were treated before, you can still get it again. Learn more: go.usa.gov/3BezG pic.twitter.com/bmHMZLHkuV
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Cervical cancer screening is an essential part of women's routine health care: 1.usa.gov/1I2Ov2N pic.twitter.com/jz1QyTY5zo
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We’re looking forward to the #HealthyAging2015 Summit, July 27-28 in DC. Register now: bit.ly/1vcNZXg pic.twitter.com/QSeBcnMJBi
What do the can-can & can-ning of fresh foods share? Both=awesome when done properly! goo.gl/60Bdcg pic.twitter.com/ZjpY3Ri365
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#DYK that about 30% of Americans age 65 and older use some type of complementary health approach? #agewellchat pic.twitter.com/FlWjzz24oy
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Have patients who are 18-44 & #BRCA+? They could be featured in a CDC education ad: 1.usa.gov/1CgWELY pic.twitter.com/fiPEvBQcbk
What are the risk factors for ovarian cancer and how can a woman reduce her risk? Our answers: 1.usa.gov/1GEDvbm pic.twitter.com/luPgJQPx2f
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18-44,BRCA+ & a breast cancer survivor?Become a #BringYourBrave ad participant. Empower others:1.usa.gov/1CgWELY pic.twitter.com/yQ4zCWMRcq
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