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Preconception health

asthma  diabetes  pregnancy  vaccines  baby  epilepsy  spina bifida  obesity  oral health  Birth Control  folic acid  Pap test  preterm birth  Women’s health  sexually transmitted infections  STIs  Healthy Weight  sickle cell anemia  preconception health  unborn baby 

Preconception health is a woman’s health before she becomes pregnant. It means knowing how health conditions and risk factors could affect a woman or her unborn baby if she becomes pregnant.

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OWH

Recovering from birth

pregnancy  baby  infant  birth  newborn  breastfeeding  women's health  Postpartum depression  Healthy Weight  uterus  birth recovery  new mothers  rest  physical changes  vaginal discharge  constipated  menstrual-like cramping  thyroid problems 

New mothers must take special care of their bodies after giving birth and while breastfeeding, too.

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NIDDK

Keep Active and Eat Healthy to Improve Well-being and Feel Great

patients  physical activity  healthy eating  health professionals  fitness  staying healthy  Healthy Weight  strength training  eating healthy  Weight Management  getting active  Weight Control Health Living  getting fit  staying fit  physical activity roadblocks  healthy eating roadblocks  Nutrition Facts label  food label 

Moving more and eating better can help you improve your health and keep up with the demands of your busy life. Find out what you can do to get fit and healthy.

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NIDDK

Some Myths about Nutrition & Physical Activity

patients  weight loss  healthy eating  Losing Weight  eating right  Healthy Weight  Diet Nutrition  Weight Management  Overweight Obesity  staying active  weight control  maintaining weight  diets  dieting  weight-loss myths  diet myths  weight maintenance  healthy dieting  vegetarian diet  low-fat food 

Separating weight-loss myths from facts can help you make healthy changes in your eating and physical activity habits. Get the facts about healthy weight loss.

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NIDDK

Just Enough for You: About Food Portions

patients  weight loss  Food Labeling  Losing Weight  food portions  Healthy Weight  calories  Portion control  Diet Nutrition  Weight Management  Weight Control Health Living  weight control  maintaining weight  managing weight  serving  food serving  portion 

Controlling food portions can help you manage and maintain your weight. Learn how to choose the right amount of food for you.

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NIDDK

Helping Your Child Who is Overweight

patients  physical activity  healthy eating  BMI  body mass index  Healthy Weight  healthy eating habits  eating healthy  Weight Management  Overweight Obesity  weight control  managing a childs weight  obese child  role model  Helping Your Overweight Child  inactive child  overweight child  being active 

You can do a lot to help your child reach and maintain a healthy weight. Find out how to be active in helping your child learn habits that may improve health.

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NIDDK

Choosing a Safe and Successful Weight-loss Program

patients  obesity  overweight  weight loss  obese  Losing Weight  Healthy Weight  Weight Management  Weight Control Health Living  weight-loss program  weight control  maintaining weight  safe weight loss  effective weight loss 

Find tips for how to choose a safe and successful weight-loss program, including what to look for in a program and what kind of questions to ask.

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NIH

Curb Your Eating Help Your Brain Fight the Urge to Splurge

addiction  eating  eating habits  Healthy Weight 

Ever tried to eat just one potato chip, or take just one bite of chocolate cake? It may feel impossible. A little nibble triggers an urge to eat more. Some people feel driven to keep eating to the point where the food’s no longer enjoyable. You know the resulting weight gain will harm your health. So why do you keep eating when it’s not in your best interest?

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CDC

Bring Your Brave Campaign - General "Take Action"

cancer  prevention  risk  CDC  breast  ovarian  breastfeeding  breast cancer  family history  genetic counseling  genetic testing  young women  Healthy Weight  Bring Your Brave  inherited risk  gene mutation  inherited mutations 

Knowing your cancer risk and being proactive about your health may help you take steps to lower your risk for getting breast or ovarian cancer, or find it at an early stage.

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