Posts for category Women’s Health

BeWell Check-in

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Heart health: Now more than ever

  As if having cardiovascular disease or being at risk for developing it were not bad enough, the risk ...

Canceled: Free fitness classes at Stanford

  Because of the COVID-19 outbreak, all free fitness classes have been postponed indefinitely. All Recreation Centers on both ...

Boosting brain health

  Most of us experience temporary lapses of memory, like misplacing our keys or forgetting where we parked. While ...

Self-care: The gift that keeps on giving

  Despite wide use and growing popularity, the term “self-care” continues to be misunderstood. On the one hand, the ...

Supporting nursing parents at work

  The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) both recommend that ...

Avoiding colorectal cancer

  Many of us believe that cancer is either going to get us or it won’t. Medical professionals, even, ...

More “do’s” and fewer “don’ts”

  We all want to be healthier in 2017 and beyond. BeWell spoke with Marily Oppezzo, PhD, MS, RD, ...

Middle age and weight challenges

Weight management is challenging in our “middle-age” years. Whether because of genetics, aging, hormones, lifestyle, or “life changes,” it ...

This video could save your life

This video could save your life You may think of it as “a man’s disease” or “a disease old ...