New Program Helps Women Improve Overall Health

May 13th, 2013 by Will Humble Leave a reply »

Minority populations often have poorer health outcomes than non-minority populations… but our new Power Me A2Z is doing something to change that.  Power Me A2Z empowers women to take steps to promote good health for their families and their future children. It offers women a free 90-day supply of vitamins with folic acid and tools to help women be healthy.  

All women need folic acid in their bodies before they get pregnant to help prevent birth defects.  Plus it acts as a beauty aid to make hair shine, nails grown, and skin glow.  Power Me A2Z is a perfect example of uniting our communities by empowering women to take charge of their health and advancing health equity for current and future generations. Visit the Power Me A2Z website to learn more about this exciting program.



  1. pihu says:

    Chronic diseases—such as heart disease, cancer and stroke—are the leading causes of death in the United States. Thirty-eight percent of women suffer from one or more chronic diseases, compared to 30 percent of men.

  2. mahi says:

    Encourage programs and awareness cam
    -paigns to educate women about early detection of breast cancer. Consider support for prevention programs, such as the
    Center for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) National Breast and Cervical Cancer and Early Detection Program, to provide access to preventive screening.

  3. aruna says:

    Healthy mothers have healthier babies. Appropriate maternal and reproductive health services save money by averting more costly health problems down the road.Establish or encourage peer education and breastfeeding support programs for new mothers

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