This is National Women's Health Week (May 9-15, 2021). It is a good time to remember that a woman's overall pre-pregnancy health is one of the most important factors in reducing the risk of infertility, pregnancy loss, prematurity, other complications of pregnancy, birth defects and developmental issues in offspring. The Office of Women's Health is emphasizing steps you can take right away to protect and improve your health. Each has the power to protect both you and to help assure healthy pregnancies in the future.
National Women's Health Week, led by the Office on Women's Health, empowers women to prioritize their health.