The advice that would help women live longer

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  • Wellbeing of Women are hosting a Know More, Do More event to inform and educate more women about the responsibilities of looking after their health.

    Wellbeing for Women is encouraging women to take more interest in their own health for their latest campaign by running a special day at the Royal College of Obstetrics and Gynaecology.

    The focus of the day will be to inform women that the more they know about their own health, their bodies and the issues that affect women, the more they can do about it.

    Dr. Miriam Stoppard said: ‘Information and education means women can know more about their bodies and take responsibility for their own health.’

    The Know More, Do More Event will take place on 18th September 2010 and is the only event of its kind, enabling women from around the country to hear leading Gynaecologists and Obstetricians talk about women’s health in a friendly and accessible way.

    The day will be comprised of a number of seminars concerning issues, from puberty to menopause. Pregnancy, IVF, Gynaecological Cancers, Fibroids and Urinary Incontinence will also be discussed.

    The Wellbeing of Women event has become extremely successful over recent years, with one attendee from last year describing it as ‘simply brilliant. Every woman should experience it.’

    Kindly sponsored by Canesten and Bayer Healthcare, tickets cost only £5 and can be purchased via the Wellbeing for Women website.

    So what are you waiting for? Why not get involved and find out more about your own health in a fun and informative environment.


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