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National HIV Testing Day

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One week from today, June 27, is National HIV Testing Day. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) provides a variety of resources to educate the public about HIV testing and prevention.

Human Trafficking

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National Human Trafficking Hotline The mission of Capital Women’s Careis to “seek the highest quality medical and ethical standard in an environment that nurtures the spirit of caring for every woman.” This includes providing education and increasing awareness for issues affecting women every day. One of the issues receiving worldwide attention in recent years is human trafficking.


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Learn how to prevent osteoporosis, while maintaining a healthy body.

Teenagers & Birth Control

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According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the “number of live births to mothers age 15-19” for 2015 was 229,715, continuing the decline we’ve been seeing over the past two decades. In fact, the United States has seen a 64% drop in the birth rate among teens since 1991.

To what should we attribute this decline?

Happy Mother's Day

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Capital Women's Care wishes you a happy Mother's Day

Women's Health Week 2017

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Join Capital Women's Care in a week full of women's health advice and guidance.

New Facts About STDs

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As we approach STD Awareness month, Capital Women's Care shares information on how to prevent, test, and treat STDs.

Stress Awareness Month

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Capital Women's Care provides information on how to manage stress in your day to day life.

World Health Day: Focus on Depression

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In honor of World Health Day, Capital Women's Care focuses on what symptoms to look for in depression and how to prevent and treat once diagnosed.

Understanding Endometriosis

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Endometriosis currently affects about five million women in the United States. Find out today if you are at risk.


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The providers of Capital Women's Care seek the highest quality medical and ethical standard in an environment that nurtures the spirit of caring for every woman.


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