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Because of the ACA, health insurance sold today offers many preventive services at no out-of-pocket cost to help women and babies get the care they need to lead healthy and productive lives. That means you can get a well-woman visit, prenatal care, breastfeeding counseling, and screening for gestational diabetes or depression at no extra cost. What Do You Want to Know About Women’s Health? Get moving.

Heart disease is the leading cause of death for American women. Exercise is one of the best ways to Eat a balanced diet. A nourishing diet is the foundation of a healthy lifestyle. Beyond weight.

Good health habits and preventive medical care can help you continue to enjoy wellness of mind and body and build the foundation for good health over many decades. How Your Body Might Be Changing Many women begin to gain a few pounds in their 30s as their metabolism slows. For women, turning 50 is a milestone. Society tells you it’s a crossroads. Your body underscores the point.

Every woman over 50 feels it. “The kids are going to college, parents are aging. Caregiver stress. Carpal tunnel syndrome. Cervical cancer.

Chlamydia. Chronic fatigue syndrome/myalgic encephalomyelitis (ME/CFS) Chronic obstructive. A shocking 78 percent said they often put off taking care of themselves or getting their health appointments made because they are so busy taking care of other family members’ health. It’s not surprising women feel busy. Approximately 82 percent of women do most of the health-related research for their kids, 86 percent of women schedule the.

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No matter how old you are or where you’re at in life, your health and how you feel matters most. We’ve put together some tips and resources to help you take care of yourself and feel your best. Find women’s health tips by age group Explore uterine health support. Our providers, including Dr.

Elizabeth Shih, are dedicated to caring for women at every stage of life. At the OHSU Center for Women’s Health, we know that women have unique health care needs. Here you’ll find care for every stage of your life.

You will also find a comfortable, woman-centered space full of light and art. Here you’ll find women’s health facts and information about medical care. Your 20s and 30s: Jumpstart Healthy Living If you’re a woman in your 20s or 30s, take control of your health with.

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Women’s health nurse practitioners (WHNPs) also provide basic reproductive care to women in different settings.

“Foundations of Maternal-Newborn and Women's Health Nursing” by Sharon Smith Murray, MSN, RN, C, Emily Slone McKinney, MSN, RN, C
from Foundations of Maternal-Newborn and Women’s Health Nursing
by Sharon Smith Murray, MSN, RN, C, Emily Slone McKinney, MSN, RN, C
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2013

In addition to caring for childbearing women, nurse midwives also provide primary health care to women-annual physicals, Pap smears, contraception, testing and treatment for sexually transmitted diseases, hormone management, and treatment of urinary and vaginal infections.

“From Silence to Voice: What Nurses Know and Must Communicate to the Public” by Bernice Buresh, Suzanne Gordon, Patricia Benner
from From Silence to Voice: What Nurses Know and Must Communicate to the Public
by Bernice Buresh, Suzanne Gordon, Patricia Benner
ILR Press/Cornell University Press, 2006

NICE Clinical Guideline 37: Routine postnatal care for women and their babies.

“Women's Health in General Practice” by Danielle Mazza
from Women’s Health in General Practice
by Danielle Mazza
Elsevier Health Sciences APAC, 2011

It empowers women to provide self-care for physical and psychological needs, rather than encouraging dependency upon the nurse, who is reimbursed per patient visit in standard nursing care.

“Understanding Nursing Research: Using Research in Evidence-based Practice” by Carol Leslie Macnee, Susan McCabe (RN.)
from Understanding Nursing Research: Using Research in Evidence-based Practice
by Carol Leslie Macnee, Susan McCabe (RN.)
Wolters Kluwer Health/Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2008

In addition to caring for childbearing women, nurse midwives provide primary health care to women—annual physicals, Pap smears, contraception, testing and treatment for sexually transmitted diseases, hormone management, and treatment of urinary and vaginal infections.

“From Silence to Voice: What Nurses Know and Must Communicate to the Public” by Bernice Buresh, Suzanne Gordon
from From Silence to Voice: What Nurses Know and Must Communicate to the Public
by Bernice Buresh, Suzanne Gordon
Cornell University Press, 2013

• Health promotion and prevention of illness assist women to actualize health potential by increasing motivation, providing information, and suggesting how to access specific resources.

“Maternity and Women's Health Care E-Book” by Deitra Leonard Lowdermilk, Shannon E. Perry, Mary Catherine Cashion, Kathryn Rhodes Alden
from Maternity and Women’s Health Care E-Book
by Deitra Leonard Lowdermilk, Shannon E. Perry, et. al.
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2014

Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality: Women: Stay healthy at 50þ: checklist for your health.

“Comprehensive Gynecology E-Book” by Rogerio A. Lobo, David M Gershenson, Gretchen M Lentz, Fidel A Valea
from Comprehensive Gynecology E-Book
by Rogerio A. Lobo, David M Gershenson, et. al.
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2016

A holistic approach to women’s health care goes beyond only reproductive needs and includes a woman’s health needs throughout her lifetime, with attention to physical, mental, emotional, social, and spiritual health.

“Maternal Child Nursing Care E-Book” by Shannon E. Perry, Marilyn J. Hockenberry, Kathryn Rhodes Alden, Deitra Leonard Lowdermilk, Mary Catherine Cashion, David Wilson
from Maternal Child Nursing Care E-Book
by Shannon E. Perry, Marilyn J. Hockenberry, et. al.
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2017

It is important for women to have an improved understanding of their health and self-care abilities as a result of their encounters with health care providers.

“Women's Health Care in Advanced Practice Nursing” by Catherine Ingram Fogel, PhD, RNC, FAAN, Nancy Fugate Woods, PhD, RN, FAAN
from Women’s Health Care in Advanced Practice Nursing
by Catherine Ingram Fogel, PhD, RNC, FAAN, Nancy Fugate Woods, PhD, RN, FAAN
Springer Publishing Company, 2008

Women are still the major users of health and medical services, for example, seeking care for themselves even when essentially healthy (birth control, pregnancy and childbearing, and menopausal discomforts).

“For Women Only!: Your Guide to Health Empowerment” by Gary Null, Barbara Seaman
from For Women Only!: Your Guide to Health Empowerment
by Gary Null, Barbara Seaman
Seven Stories Press, 2001

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  • About the body hair I was thinking the same as you for the longest time but I realised my bottom often smelled worse when I didn’t shave. I think the body hair down there used to replace our underwear back in the days but today since we are wearing underwear it makes it smell bad and our vagina can’t “breathe” properly. It’s either we should stop wearing underwear or then shave to keep the bottom fresh… I might be wrong as well but this is what I’ve observed.

  • Happy to see you caring for yourself.
    Only give from your saucer you have to give yourself a full tea cup
    Love your channels you’re awesome

  • It’s very much informative and all
    But where do I get the stuff you’re describing
    Like where would I get the stuff you show in this video
    Which online/supermarket should I go to??
    Please tell us that too. It really helps.

  • I found this video looking for information for a graduate school project (counselor). I’m making a directory website for immigrants in my area to find beneficial information that helps them combat trauma, stress, etc. And I just had to say, though I am white, I have extremely curly, unruly hair (I call it my lion’s mane). As a teenager, young adult, and now an adult, my mother always told me (still tells me) to straighten my hair for job interviews, when going out to nice restaurants, when having pictures taken, etc. I find it extremely annoying. I love letting my lion’s mane be untamed =) Thank you for this video. I truly believe it will help a lot of people!

  • I have a boss that tells me to get over it and move on. I tell him that he can’t dictate how long it takes me to get over being verbally attacked.

  • Loofah sponges are from an actual Loofah Gourd. So it’s 100% biodegradable. Not bad for the environment, but when used for bathing they can get moldy fast!

  • I can relate! I recently had a baby and it has been very difficult to keep a clean house and to find time for myself. I am still working on those things, but I think when she gets a little bit older it will become easier. My life mantra is I can do it!

  • Thank you for what you have done for me! My husband stopped to fill the divorce papers after i contacted you to help me stop the divorce with my husband and now things are going much better now. As you said, all the process concerning the divorce have been cancelled and the evil woman that cause the problem in my marriage has be sent away by my husband and we are now happy together.email at ([email protected] gmail.com ) or whatsapp +2347038377635 Thank you Dr KEN for your help

  • I tried dental floss and now gaps between teeth have increased.what to do? This is because I have used it improperly. What can I do now?

  • Choose the right doctor, I’m now at risk for cancer. I am had a very poor service and cant have colposcopy even as private patient. I feel I do not need one and want a second opinion. I am autistic and my gnaecologist was so unprofessional i sent a letter refusing to have colposcopy. I’d tried 4 times to have complaint resolved. I’m moving after the pandemic so I’ll be in a different hospital by default. The appointment was focused on things that might go wrong and I was sent vague letters. It wasnt possible to get through to the clinic and the appointments were delayed I was told I couldnt even choose a different hospital as a private patient but cervical check said I could. In the end I feel I had no dignity and felt so unsafe i decided not to have another smear again. In ireland you can choose your doctor but not if youvr abnormal cells you cant. My service was very poor and I was humiliated I now have a phobia and cannot go into the hospital. I was sent a colposcopy letter with my initial appointment for smear and from start to finish I felt unsafe.

  • Ma’am like Ma’am I mean I knew I wasn’t the ONLY one who wrote in a journal, but when you pulled that stack up and was like, this particular journal…I felt that in my soul. I had one. I was burgundy with a lord of the rings symbol on the front. Very dark period in life. I’ve since thrown it away. Sad Face.

  • This is such a non professional advice and can be harmful to young girls… V washes shouldn’t be used unless prescribed, same goes with mothwashes… All these can have adverse effects on your body.
    Rest about bathing all days is fine and nothing new.. Plus not to be washed with soaps everyday as it can dry your skin out of the natural oils and make your skin dry and flaky

  • what I’ve always told myself is to leave my worries with God. He knows my perfect timing and whats meant for my life. I remind myself of my blessings and how fortunate I am especially when I’ve seen in my travels true poverty. Most importantly I always pray that let it be God’s way and not mine and that he makes me an instrument of his peace.

  • This is my first time to watch your video and I completely fell in love with your content. Also the way you say things is calming for me �� Thank you!

  • Never heard of this channel but literally all this advice makes me feel so excited and cosy and happy and warm and I can’t wait to try them ☺️

  • “do this 2-3 days after you shave your armpits”….. But I shave mine every day… I wanna try it, but I’m wondering if I’ll hate her like she said!

  • Gina I am commenting on the beautiful face you have on top those feminine shoulders covered with such healthy skin. Very professional. ��️����️

  • U forget to tell one thing, after pee wash ur private area with water,i heard some people don’t follow this,
    Anyone heard abt this?

  • I am a straight girl and I am usually attracted to males and personally i prefer clean shaved men, but there is something about girls with short hairs that make me feel something…Does that made sense?��I am actually confused of my sexuality

  • Great video, but buy scrubbing your tongue back and forth your actually spreading it, the write way to do it is to scrape it from back to front not brushing it like you brush your teeth.
    Not bossing just caring!

  • First I want to thank you for this video. I love your accent, and you are pretty. I have been on s self care wave lately, and I needed to see and hear everything that you said. ❤

  • I love journaling tooo! I created a few journals for people to use for gratitude https://www.etsy.com/listing/817653088/manifestation-and-gratitude-journal?ref=shop_home_active_7&pro=1&frs=1

  • I’m so glad I came across your channel. It’s so nice to see a woman who looks like me that actually cares about self care and mental health.

  • Can you make a video touching more on the stress journal? That is something that I really need right now and I think can really help me!

  • Imagine if there was a self care video for WHITE women. How would that be recieved? Rascists. (Psim not white but i can see a rascist from a mile away)

    White women and women of all colour recieve the same negativity but they dont bitch like black women do. You have issues with whites in their own country. Its like going to china and cussing them for being chinese!! Ignorant group of people.

  • New Subbie!!! Here
    I love you already THANK YOU!!!
    I Journal too!!!! It has been my thing since a young child! Us black women are becoming more and more empowering EVERY DAY!! I love it ��

  • OMG I just discovered your channel and I reaaallh love the content you’re giving us!! I’m gonna need more videos tho ���� And btw you look absolutely beautiful! Thanks for all the wise words I feel fully represented and understood ♥️

  • Take notes ladies!
    ·When you wake up, Go clean your vagina with warm water.(WASH UR HANDS AFTER!!!)
    ·Drink a lot of water
    ·Eat pineapple
    ·If your panties/underwear smell, DON’T spray them with perfume. It will cause an irritation and possibly create an infection.
    ·If your panties smell, squeeze lemon juice into a bowl of warm water and rub the panties in the bowl for 5-10 minutes.
    ·Change ALL your clothes EVERY day.
    ·Wear COTTON panties/underwear. It’s more breathable.
    ·DON’T sleep with panties/underwear. Let your kitty BREATHE��. I always sleep naked.
    ·Wash your vagina before bed also with warm water.
    ·Spread your legs out while sleeping. It really helps your kitty breathe.
    ·DO NOT use Summer’s Eve. It has dangerous chemicals.
    ·If you wanna wash your vagina, just rub it with warm water.

    If you have questions, just DM me on Instagram. My username is: feminine_lady

  • I love your videos, people need positivity and encouragement in their lives, and you do that for me:) my goal is to pack my gym bag this week, because working out is a stress reliever! And I’ll be thinking of my own mantra while I’m at it ��


    Oh my goodness, I stumbled upon your channel a few days ago and I have been watching you NONE STOP! You are so helpful and inspiring! I’m a new mom and have been on a constant roller coaster of emotions and your channel really has helped me get my life back in order in so many ways! Thank you for putting in such hard work and time into your videos, it means a lot! ❤️

  • i already gave up on ever getting cured of HERPES because i have try many treatment none of them work out for me i have go to different hospital they always tell me same thing there is no cure for herpes when i came across a post about Dr bobizua in the net from a lady i contacted her and she reassured me with his herbal medicine which i took according to the way he instructed, that how i was cured. I doubted at first because i have been to a whole lot of reputable doctors, tried a lot of medicines but none was able to cure me. so i decided to listen to him and he commenced treatment, and under two weeks i was totally free from #Herpes. i want to say a very big thank you to DR Bobizua for what he has done in my life. feel free to leave him a message on email

    [email protected] gmail.com and also
    Whats-app him +2347026251438

  • My Tips are:

    1. Do Bracers
    2. Do a Nose Job
    3. Lighten Hyperpigmentation
    4. Stay in shape
    5. Grow your natural hair
    6. Dont have kids too young with the WRONG men!!! (Only 1 or 2 max)
    7. Start your own Business

  • Really enjoyed watching this video. Your voice was smoothing the whole time and can relate to everything you mentioned in your video��

  • Brittany I love that you took the time to share these things about yourself and I really have liked you for a long time and I subbed quite a long time ago. After watching this today I really feel like I know so much more of who you are for some reason. I just feel more of a connection to you or like a lot of what you shared I really needed to hear.
    I wanted to thank you, I am very hard on myself and I have been struggling with depression that I can’t seem to pull out of and blaming myself for many things that are out of my control. Watching you today has given me some good ideas and has reminded me of some basic things I haven’t been doing for myself so no wonder I feel so run down and sad. Thank you again, you are beautiful inside and out and I can’t believe how big Carter has gotten in some of the more recent videos I have seen and he looks more like Ryan as he gets older, thanks again for being so kind and genuine.

  • Inform yourself Girls!!! Don’t buy the next expencive horrible Idea of the f***ckn Textile Industry to keep us quite and steel many more money for the same shit in Eucalyptus green. ( https://reisefeder.de/2017/10/eukalytpus-europas-pest-in-baumgestalt/ ) the source is worth to translate it!!!! Madeira has lost the fight and maybe its biodiversity soon, too. for new “green” underwear?

  • Omg I have been waiting for this moment for many times ��✨✨many many congratulations ��✨✨ dear glamers may God make you more successful I am very happy for you and luv u ������������

  • You do NOT need to take a hair wash every day! It strips the scalp of it’s natural oils. One only needs to take a hair wash twice a week or so.

  • Not sure why black men need to make black women feel beautiful, perhaps if black women refuse to outsource their sense of self worth and choose to own their perception of themselves. Just perhaps then we can look to ourselves and say “I don’t care about being beautiful as that is in the eye of the beholder “, perhaps we can say “I am worthy “! And that in itself is a beautiful thing

  • Thnx for post it n also plz up a vedio on best way for removing underarm hair removing at home….plz do it soon…cz im so confused bout it..

  • Yaaaaaaaaay I am so happy to see another black woman promoting self care for success. �������������� I’m doing the same thing too girl on my channel as well. Check me out. �� but i’m definitely subbed to your channel for more videos about this.

  • Ty great video �� started to lose the whole self care thing after a few yrs. I think; after losing some jobs where it became difficult to upkeep with myself. There’s always hope ladies to get back into a healthy routine

  • Oh wow! Love the pedicure suggestion. I’ve never thought of going to a spa and then having access all day. Awesome. I just discovered your channel and I love it. You feel relatable. Thanks from one mom to another!

  • Beautiful lady, great content but I was unable to watch the full video because of the ads that keep popping up ��
    No judgement, go ahead make that money. My bad for watching it at the wrong time while I was trying to relax and fall asleep yet loud ads won’t allow me ��

  • I’ve literally just discovered your channel….would really appreciate a video on how to journal please, and I just want to say thank you for sharing this video because i am the only black person in my sixth form and it’s so hard that us black girls have to go through so much but as soon as I express some form of emotion I am automatically labelled at sassy or aggressive or angry and I’m fed up of not being able to express myself…also about the hair thing I get that all the time it’s really annoying

  • Ive been.having UTI for over 6 years. Gone to all doctors, but they keep giving me antibiotics. Also swollen stomach from bleeding hemorrhoids for over 1 year. Im taking a probiotics. Help. Seen urologist 2x, gastrioligist 2x, internal doctor. Help

  • I love your self care rituals. I, like you know the importance of self care. I work for plastic and reconstructive surgeons. When female patients come in to our office and want to have an elective cosmetic procedure, they feel guilty. Guilty for spending money on themselves, guilty that they will have a recovery period and will need some assistance afterwards, guilty they will need to take a little time off of work. And I always tell how important it is to take care of themselves. I tell them just like on an airplane, they tell you if there is trouble to put your oxygen mask on first before helping your children or others. Because you’re of no assistance to anyone if you’re lying on the ground. And as women we naturally and instinctively take care of everybody but ourselves. We have spouses, children, aging parents, siblings and neighbors that we help. So that leaves very little time for ourselves. So yes, we need to prioritize and take care of us so that we can feel good in our selves and then we are able to help others. So kudos to you for learning this valuable lesson early in life. It will take you far. Have a wonderful day! ��

  • Ugh you’re my best friend in my head lol I really appreciate your channel. Kudos to you for being so raw and honest while also helping others. You are so smart and a beauty!!!

  • This is not very scientific.
    Body hair is actually a vital barrier against infections, and removing it leaves the skin vulnerable to rashes, chafing and potential infections. Women have been conditioned into thinking of body hair removal as hygienic whereas this does not at all apply for men. Why?
    Moreover intimate washes can cause massive changes in healthy microbiota in and around the vagina and vulva. The healthy female genitalia (yes, including the hair) is good at self cleaning, and the kind of products which actually help and don’t disrupt this are not well understood.
    It’s important to give such advice to the general public after consulting a doctor, or at least put a disclaimer.