Participate in the #WhatIWishIdKnown challenge. We’re asking women to share what they wish they'd known about being healthy at different ages and stages in their lives. In other words, what health advice would you share with your younger self? Don't sweat the small stuff? Get more sleep? Protect your skin from the sun? Wear comfortable shoes? Give yourself more "me" time? Whatever it is, you can share valuable health lessons and inspire others to take actionable steps to improve their current and future health. Share your what I wish I'd known story on social media using #WhatIWishIdKnown and #NWHW, and ask your friends and family to do the same!
Support the National Women's Health Week Thunderclap! Thunderclap amplifies a message by getting a lot of people to share it at the same time. By joining our National Women's Health Week Thunderclap, you and others will share the same message on May 14, 2018, at 12 noon ET across Facebook, Twitter, and Tumblr. Please join the National Women's Health Week Thunderclap, and ask your partners, friends, family, and coworkers to sign up, too.
Social media messages
Use these prewritten social media messages to spread the word.
SAVE THE DATE! National Women’s Health Week is May 13–19. Join women across the country who are saying “YES!” to their health. Here’s how: https://go.usa.gov/xQ4gn. #NWHW
Healthy looks good at every age! You’re never too young or too old to take steps to be as healthy as possible. Find ideas to help you get started today: https://go.usa.gov/xQ4gQ. #NWHW
#NWHW is your chance to let the world know you’re taking control of your health. Sign up for the National Women’s Health Week Thunderclap by May 14. http://bit.ly/2H6AYJN
What's your health IQ? Find out in 8 questions! Take our National Women's Health Week quiz and share it with your friends: https://go.usa.gov/xQ8pP. #NWHW
Do you need help meeting your health goals? Scheduling your annual well-woman visit is a great first step! You and your doctor can come up with a plan that works for you. https://go.usa.gov/xQ4gU #NWHW
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