This Mother’s Day, give yourself the gift of good health by scheduling a mammogram screening. Here are five reasons why mammogram screenings should be on every mom’s to-do list.
May is Mental Health Awareness Month, and in honor of Mother’s Day, Families Together wants to ensure that all of the great moms out there are taking care of themselves this month and beyond.
Symptoms of a heart attack can differ between women and men. Women are more likely to experience more subtle symptoms that don’t fit into the basic criteria recognized for heart attacks.
All women should feel empowered to take control of their health, and there’s no better time to begin than now! To ensure your health doesn’t fall last on your to-do list, we’ve put together some tips for women to help them take charge of their own health.
Mammograms are a source of anxiety for many women. The truth is, they’re not always as scary as you might think. But unfortunately, some myths about mammography have been spread in an effort to scare women into thinking that mammograms are dangerous. That’s why we’ve compiled this list —and why you should know them: