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Health Recommendations for Women by Age

Looking and feeling your healthy best never goes out of style

Well-being is more than just skin deep. Regular exercise, eating right, and getting a good night’s sleep can help you feel energized and ready to take on the world. But do not forget to take the next step – getting regular checkups with your primary care physician, and having age-appropriate screening exams. Taking care of yourself is important for the ones you love and for your own peace of mind – not just for now but for the decades to come.

Your 30s

If you're a woman in your 30s, you're probably hitting your stride. Your career may be taking off or you may be ready to start a family. While you may not feel or look much different than you did in your 20s, your body is changing. We can help make your thirties feel like your prime, and make sure you don't miss a step as you handle life's changes.

Your 40s

If you’re a woman in your 40s, you have the experience and the confidence to tackle just about anything life throws your way, but you may be noticing some changes in your body. We can help you navigate the ups and downs of this phase.

Your 50s

Your 50s are a time to celebrate life’s meaningful milestones and focus more on yourself now that your reproductive years are in the past. The hot flashes and mood swings that come with menopause may try your patience, but Atlantic Health System Women’s Health can help you through it. 

Your 60s

With the Golden Years upon you and retirement in sight, your 60s pose a world of opportunities. Osteoporosis may start to become a concern, but Atlantic Health System Women’s Health can help ensure that bone health and other medical issues don’t derail your plans. These tips can help you stay active and enjoy all that life in your 60s has to offer. 

Your 70s

Studies show women in their 70s have a happier attitude, more time for socialization, and group activities. Atlantic Health System Women’s Health is here to help you stay as healthy as possible.