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Printable flier: Pampering With a Purpose REVISED 12AUG […] Read More
Thank you to everyone – attendees, providers, volunteers, sponsors, co-chairs – who participated in our summer health fairs! Please visit our Facebook page and Twitter feed for more photos and to learn about upcoming events. […] Read More
All About Women is asking 200 women to redirect $200 in June and join with us in making a difference in the lives of under and un-insured women in middle Tennessee. Your money will be spent directly on sponsored health care expenses for these women. This is a situation that continues to grow as the growth in Nashville escalates.
After reading the sobering statistics in the Tennessee Women’s Health Report Card that detailed how women struggle to meet their own health needs, Sally Smallwood founded All About Women in 2002 to remove the barriers that keep women from living healthier lives […] Read More
May 8-14, 2016, is designated as a time for women to take special stock in their physical and mental health. Please visit http://womenshealth.gov/nwhw/ to see what steps you can take toward helping yourself and your family live a healthier lifestyle.
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Ensuring you have the best, most affordable health insurance
We love the holidays. In between sipping hot chocolate and holiday shopping, we highly
recommend you reevaluate your health plan. Just like updating your wardrobe or getting your oil changed, your health plan needs to be examined once a year.
Why? Let’s look at five reasons.
1. You might save money.
One of the reasons it’s vital to reevaluate your health plan every year is because you might save money.
The first reason you might save money is insurance carriers come out with new products and options all the time. There might be a better plan tailored to […] Read More
This time of year we all know that Santa is making a list and checking it twice. Little does he know that this strategy he uses to pull off his 24-hour gift delivery without a hitch year after year is actually one that could help him ward off additional weight gain from the thousands of plates of cookies left behind by well-intentioned children. How so? Well, the key is wrapped up in a little 4-letter word known as plan.
Sure, we have all heard the advice around the holiday season to fill our appetizer plate at parties with mostly fruits and […] Read More
By Melissa Cross
In January of 2009 I thought I was doing well – in my job, in life and in my health. I was slim and active and, except for some things that could be attributed to being in my early 50s, I felt good. I heard about All About Women’s Health Fair at the Nashville Convention Center and thought I’d go to take advantage of the free osteoporosis screening, as my cousin had recently been diagnosed with it.
When I got there, the line for screenings was for all the different tests, so I went ahead and got them all […] Read More
Attention women entrepreneurs! We know that finding money to start a small business is hard, so we want to help. Visit WomensNet and apply for an Amber Grant. Recipients can receive up to 2,500 dollars.
To qualify all you have to do is fill out a short application telling your story. No business dream is too big or too small. A recipient is chosen each month.
Click here to learn more! […] Read More
As we prepare for cold weather by dragging out our thicker clothes, we must remember to also prepare for winter sickness. Today’s post is about vitamin D, perhaps the most important preventative tool for winter sickness and undoubtedly the most powerful steroid hormone in the human body.
Many Americans are deficient in vitamin D, especially the elderly and those with darker pigmented skin. Vitamin D is antibiotic, anti-microbial, and is technically a hormone since it can be produced in the body itself. Imagine the inside of your body as school, with vitamin D is the overzealous schoolteacher. Vitamin D is constantly […] Read More