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You’re carrying yourself with more confidence and wisdom but may be feeling and seeing the first signs of aging. See how you can manage these new changes.
Can’t remember the last time you had a mammogram? You're in good company. At least 1 in 4 eligible women don’t get regular breast screenings. Learn why you should schedule your mammogram today.Read More
For many women in their mid-40s, the transition to menopause, called perimenopause, is defined by physical, emotional, and psychological changes. Here's what you need to know.Read More
Low libido is far more common than society portrays. In fact, most women experience decreased desire at some point but are embarrassed to discuss it. It's time to start the conversation.Read More
Bone density declines as we age, increasing risk for osteoporosis, causing weak and brittle bones, and increasing risk for age-related fractures later in life. Take steps now to prevent osteoporosis.Read More
Strength training offers many benefits that counteract age-related issues like heart disease. It can be as effective as aerobics to ward off heart attacks and strokes.Read More
If you've been drinking more or more often—or drinking to cope with stress—you could have an issue with problem drinking. Answer these 4 questions to assess your risk.Read More
There's a steep cost to diabetes that you pay for with your wallet—and your health. See how you can control your risks through weight loss, healthy diet, and more exercise.Read More
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Our free 5-minute risk assessment provides personalized information to help identify risks that may lead to the development of breast cancer. You’ll receive a private report about health risks and recommendations to connect for care.