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Hispanic Women's Health: Tips for Healthy Living

3 Generations of Hispanic women

Help yourself and women like you. Use these tips and resources to learn more about good health and how to safely use medicines. FDA has fact sheets, videos, social media toolkits, and other information on a many health topics.

Use Medicines Wisely

Medicines can treat health problems and help you live a healthier life. When used incorrectly, medicines can cause serious injuries or even death. Use these resources to help you talk with your healthcare provider about how to safely use your medicines, vitamins, and herbs.

Get the Facts on Mammograms

Mammograms are the best way to screen for breast cancer. Regular mammography screenings can help to find breast cancer early when it is easier to treat.

Heart Health

Heart disease is the #1 killer of women. Managing health problems like high blood pressure and diabetes is an important part of heart health.  Talk to your healthcare provider about what you can do to protect your heart. 

Join a Clinical Trial

Make a difference for yourself and for women like you. Learn why it’s important for Hispanic women to join clinical trials.

Promote a Healthy Pregnancy

FDA has resources to help you make good choices about medicines, foods, and other products for you and your baby. Some products are not safe to use when you are pregnant.

Manage Your Overall Health

No matter your age, you need to take time to focus on good health. Use these resources to help you talk with your healthcare provider and manage your health.

Keep Your Family Healthy

Taking care of family and friends is a normal part of every day for most women. Check out these tips to help you with caregiving.

Help Spread the Word

The FDA Office of Women's Health collaborates with other government agencies and private organizations to help increase Hispanic women's access to FDA health and safety information. Join us in celebrating Hispanic women’s heritage and health by sharing FDA resources with the women in your community.

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