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Free Women's Health Calendar Helps You Take Charge of Your Health Posted: March 15th, 2010

From scheduling annual checkups to refilling prescriptions to judging the severity of your aches and pains, managing your health care can be complicated. The Office on Women's Health, part of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, has created a women's health calendar to help you navigate the health care system and take charge of your health.

What's in the Women's Health Calendar?

In addition to a full 2010 calendar, the women's health calendar features charts to help you keep track of the immunizations and screenings you need.

The women's health calendar also offers advice on the following health issues:

  • Recognizing symptoms
  • Quitting smoking
  • Getting a second opinion
  • Talking to your doctor
  • Reading drug labels
  • Preparing for emergencies
  • Exercising

Preventive care, which includes regular checkups, immunizations, and screenings, is covered by most health insurance plans.

How to Get a Free Women's Health Calendar

The women's health calendar is available in both English and Spanish, and orders are limited to one calendar per customer while supplies last. There are 2 ways to order the calendar from the Office on Women's Health:

Fill out the online order form at http://www.womenshealth.gov/pub/calendar/index.cfm

Order by phone at (800) 994-9662

Only you can take control of your health, and this calendar shows you how to get started and stay on track. Taking care of yourself today is the best insurance for a healthy future.

Jessica Hanley