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Osteoporosis is a serious, common health issue for men and women over age 50. One of two women and up to one in four men within this age group will break a bone due to osteoporosis. While osteoporosis is preventable and treatable if caught early, it can lead to extensive negative impact on quality of life -- even deadly consequences -- if untreated.
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May is Mental Health Month and your Capital Women’s Care team wants to help raise awareness of how vital your emotional wellness is to your overall health. We examine symptoms, causes, diagnoses and treatments of common mental health issues to help you identify and manage feelings of stress, anxiety, depression and being overwhelmed. It’s also important to us you understand and know when to seek professional help.
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As we begin Every Kid Healthy Week, which raises awareness of the important benefits of sound nutrition, physical activity, mental health and learning for kids, we want to share some healthy activity ideas you can do to help your kids learn and thrive.
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Anyone can face challenges as they begin trying to start a family. However, many couples face monthly disappointment and subsequent negative feelings as their hope to become pregnant is not realized.

Of all U.S. couples trying to conceive, 85% achieve pregnancy within one year, with the greater likelihood of pregnancy occurring within earlier months. That means 15% of couples attempting to conceive, or more than one in every 10 U.S. couples, experience infertility, which is defined as the inability to conceive while having frequent unprotected sex within one year.

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April marks the beginning of Women’s Eye Health and Safety Month, a time designated to increasing awareness of the importance of women’s eye health and establishing and maintaining healthy vision care practices.

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Spring’s arrival lets us know that warmer temperatures, longer days, and blooming flowers are finally within reach after shortened gray and cold winter days. We anticipate trading out those heavy sweaters and long fireplace-focused evenings for short-sleeve shirts and backyard barbecues. Plans to clean living spaces of unwanted, unused stuff and clutter is another annual ritual providing great satisfaction after a long winter of hibernation.

Virus pandemic
Do you have an upcoming appointment? Stay informed on the evolving coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.

Endometriosis – Symptoms and Treatment

Woman suffering from endometriosis pain

This month, our women’s health focus centers on endometriosis awareness and education. As we begin National Endometriosis Awareness Month, it is important to be aware of symptoms, diagnosis and treatment options associated with endometriosis, a condition which affects 6.5 million U.S. women, or over 11% of U.S. women age 15 through 44.

Endometriosis primarily afflicts women who are of child-bearing age, making it a prime cause of infertility, as it directly affects one in every two women who face difficulties in becoming pregnant.

How Multiple Sclerosis Affects Women

Woman in a wheelchair in the park

Chances are you’ve heard of Multiple Sclerosis, but did you know that three times more women than men live with the disease, and most of them were diagnosed during childbearing age? That’s why Capital Women’s Care is marking Multiple Sclerosis Education and Awareness Month by sharing facts–and some hope–about MS.

Eating Disorders

This week marks the National Eating Disorders Association’s (NEDA) Eating Disorders Awareness Week. Eating disorders affect 8% of the U.S. population, or 20 million women and 10 million men from all backgrounds and age groups. Body image, poor self-esteem, dieting fads, and body shaming have all contributed to this serious health threat that is gaining momentum within previously unafflicted populations.

Statistics indicate its serious health consequences:


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