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Women's Health

  • A wake-up call for older women - Seniors sometimes grow lax about breast cancer screenings. Doctors say that's a big mistake. April 16, 2002 by Patricia Anstett, Free Press Medical Writer

  • For Women Ages 65 and Older: Staying Healthy - Your lifestyle plays a large part in keeping you healthy and active. Take care of yourself - mind and body - to stay healthy and active for a long time to come. (American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists)

  • National Center on Women and Aging - The National Center on Women and Aging at Brandeis University addresses the special problems of women as they age through research, policy analysis, and community education programs. The organization's current activities focus on the issues of income security, health, and caregiving. ( National Center on Women and Aging, Brandeis University, Waltham, MA )

  • Recommended Health Screening And Prevention Steps Women Ages 65+ - This "settling down" age is a great time to continue your healthy habits. If you neglect a routine of eating well and staying fit, disease can threaten your health during this time. (Aetna, Women's Health)

  • Women's health: Preventive Health Guidelines - Health exams, tests and immunizations are vital to preventive care. Use these general guidelines to make sure your health maintenance schedule is up-to-date. Please check your benefit plan details for information about covered services. (CIGNA)

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