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Heart disease is the #1 killer of American women. What are the risks? Habits you can control include not smoking, eating healthy, getting physical activity, and reducing stress. Health problems you can improve include high blood pressure, high cholesterol, overweight and obesity, and diabetes. Risk factors you cant control include age, family history, and menopause. **Speak with your doctor or pharmacist about reducing your risks** Information from www.womens health.gov.
Its Womens Health Month!! Every week, we will post about Womens Health. *Its important to ensure you are getting enough vitamins in your diet, like vitamin D. Good dietary sources of Vitamin D include fortified foods such as milk, yogurt, orange juice, and cereals; oily fish such as salmon, rainbow trout, canned tuna, and sardines; and eggs. Calcium is an important nutrient for your bone health across the lifespan. *from www.womens health.gov