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Women's Health

Reliable women’s health information to inspire you to live a happier, healthier life. Topics include safe medication use, pregnancy, food safety, and cosmetics safety. For more information: www.fda.gov/womens Privacy Policy: http://ow.ly/xObDV


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If you’re not careful, picnics and barbecues can lead to foodborne bacteria and illness. Read on for simple safety guidelines for getting your food to the picnic, and preparing and serving it safely once you've arrived.

Eating Outdoors, Handling Food Safely

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What you should know before dying your hair.

One in five U.S. women is affected by pelvic floor disorders. Many symptoms can be treated effectively with nonsurgical and surgical options. Most health care providers encourage women to try nonsurgical options first. #womenshealth

Infographic: Pelvic Floor Disorders – Nonsurgical Treatments

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Pregnancy registries help women and their doctors learn more about the effects of #medicine use during #pregnancy. Get the details, including how to sign up.

Pregnancy Registries

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Bad Reaction to #Cosmetics? Tell FDA! #NWHW

FDA Cosmetics (@FDACosmetics)

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Find trustworthy health resources to share with your mom—or any mom—on our website. #MothersDay #NWHW

Women's Health Topics

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April is Women’s Eye Health & Safety Month. If you wear contacts, read our tips that can help to protect your eyes.

Contact Lens Care

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See examples of how sex and gender influence health in this infographic 1.usa.gov/1F2alBA from the National Institutes of Health Office of Research on Women's Health! #sexinscience

Infographic: How Sex and Gender Influence Health and Disease

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It's National Infant Immunization Week. Vaccines can help keep your children safe from serious or deadly illnesses. Our guide has information about routine vaccines for children, and steps to take when your child is vaccinated. #NIIW

Ask questions. Avoid common medicine mistakes. #RxProblem go.usa.gov/3D9eR

Medication Safety for Women

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How does FDA fight #Health #Disparities? With the Office of Minority Health!

Planning an egg hunt? Learn how to keep it bacteria-free with these tips. #howto #Easter

Food Safety for Moms to Be: Highlights - Happy Spring

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It's National Women & Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day. Learn important facts about HIV/AIDS, including how to protect yourself and how to get tested. #NWGHAAD

Physician Jane Henney says she particularly enjoyed coming to FDA in 1991 and working with a team of women for the first time in her career. In 1999, she was appointed as the first female commissioner of the Food and Drug Administration. On #InternationalWomensDay we honor notable women in FDA’s history.

Jane Henney: Physician and Commissioner of Food and Drugs

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Don’t leave it for another day — get the HIV test today. #NWGHAAD

Making small changes to your night time habits may help you get the sleep you need. #insomnia #SleepAwarenessWeek

See examples of how sex and gender influence health in this infographic 1.usa.gov/1F2alBA from the National Institutes of Health Office of Research on Women's Health! #sexinscience

Infographic: How Sex and Gender Influence Health and Disease

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Daily use of aspirin to prevent heart attacks or a stroke is not right for everyone. Ask your healthcare provider if you should use aspirin. Tell your healthcare provider about all of the medicines and supplements you take. #HeartMonth

Each February, FDA observes American Heart Month to help raise awareness about heart disease and the agency’s role in developing and approving treatments for heart disease. On the first Friday in February, FDA celebrates National Wear Red Day® to raise awareness about women and heart disease. Learn more about what you can do to stay heart healthy. #WearRedDay #ActsofRed

Use and share CDC’s Birth Defects Infographic to raise awareness that birth defects are common, costly, and critical. Pin it to your Pinterest boards too!

CDC | Infographic, Birth Defects | NCBDDD

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Learn ways to stick to your New Year’s resolution and be smoke-free.

Smoking - Medicines To Help You Quit

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#Listeriosis Outbreak: Throw away commercially-produced, prepackaged #caramel #apples including those containing nuts, sprinkles, chocolate, or other toppings. Click to learn more.

U S Food and Drug Administration Home Page

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Certain acne products containing benzoyl peroxide or salicylic acid can cause rare, but serious and potentially life-threatening, allergic reactions or severe irritation. Find out what to do if you experience an allergic reaction.

Topical Acne Products Can Cause Dangerous Side Effects

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Women and their health care providers can look forward to getting more useful and up-to-date information over the next few years about the effects of medicines during pregnancy and breastfeeding.

Pregnant? Breastfeeding? Better Drug Information Is Coming

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Do you know the correct dosing and guidelines for giving acetaminophen to children? Check out our graphic for tips and download a daily medicine record here: go.usa.gov/AAAw

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