Get the Women’s Health Benefits from Physical Activity

women walking together

At Garden OB/GYN we not only care about your gynecological & obstetric health, but your overall women’s wellness as well. We therefore encourage you to get active! Did you know that engaging in just some physical activity (this includes walking, gardening, doing physical household activities like the laundry or lawn mowing, etc.) can have immediate health benefits and decrease your risk for most causes of morbidity & mortality, including cancer, heart disease, type 2 diabetes, hypertension, dementia, depression and more? Getting up and moving about is a great way to take control of your health and help prevent the development of many health conditions. 

For more information, consult your Garden OB/GYN clinician or visit the Physical Activity page on https://health.gov.

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