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Alcohol and Women
More than one half of all women in the United States drink alcohol. If you drink alcohol, you should know how it can put you at risk of health problems.
Cholesterol and Women's Cardiovascular Health
Cholesterol is a natural substance that helps the body grow and function, but having abnormal levels of cholesterol can be harmful. 
Feeling unhappy or sad now and then is normal. These feelings usually go away within a few hours or days. When a person has depression, however, the feelings last longer and interfere with daily life.
Diabetes and Women
More than 20 million Americans have diabetes (also called diabetes mellitus). In this condition, high levels of glucose are present in the blood.
Domestic Violence
Domestic, or intimate partner, violence may be one of America's most widespread health problems—and yet one of the least reported.
Healthy Eating
Eating well is one of the best things you can do to stay healthy. A good diet gives you more energy, improves your physical and mental well-being, and decreases your risk of disease.
Heart Health for Women
Each year, more women die from cardiovascular disease (CVD) than from all forms of cancer combined. CVD is the leading cause of death in both men and women in the United States.
Human Papillomavirus Vaccination
Almost everyone who is sexually active will get an HPV infection at some point during their life. HPV vaccination is a safe and effective way to protect yourself and your sexual partners against HPV-related diseases. 
It's Time to Quit Smoking
You can be one of the millions of women who have quit smoking. There are more options now than ever to help you quit.
Managing High Blood Pressure
High blood pressure (or hypertension) has long been called a “silent killer” because it often causes no symptoms.
The Menopause Years
Menopause is the time in a woman's life when she stops having menstrual periods.
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