1. Control your weight, control your destiny: About half of all women who had diabetes during pregnancy will develop Type 2 diabetes later in life. You can reduce your risk by exercising and keeping your weight down. Learn more ways to lower your diabetes risk through our endocrinology program.
2. Take it to heart: Depression and anxiety can affect women who suffer from heart disease, so let your doctor know if you’re feeling down. As you adjust to life after a cardiac event, make sure to get the support you need to create a healthy work-life balance and minimize stress. Learn more about keeping your heart healthy.
3. Fill ‘er up: Drinking water is just as important in the winter months as in the summer. We can get parched without realizing it and staying hydrated helps boost our immune system to stave off nasty colds and flu. Learn more about healthy nutrition.