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Young Adults (18-24 years old)

In this group, the emphasis is to cultivate healthy lifestyle habits which you will adopt for life so that you can have a good start and be ready for the next stage of middle years.

Health issues in this stage include:

Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) vaccination to protect from cervical cancer

Gynaecological cancers comprise of uterine, ovarian, and cervical cancers. Currently, of these 3 cancers, only cervical cancer has an effective screening test. The risk of developing cervical cancer can also be reduced by Human Papillomavirus (HPV) vaccination.


Contraception/Family Planning

If you are not planning for pregnancy, consider contraception during sexual intercourse.


Start Breast self-examination (BSE) for breast cancer awareness

Did you know that breast cancer is the most common cancer among women worldwide? Every woman is at risk and breast cancer can affect women at any age.


Menstrual problems

Menstrual problems can affect women in the young adult (18-24 years old) and middle years (25-49 years old) group. It can also affect the later years (50 years old) group if the woman is still having her menses beyond 50 years old, though menopause generally occurs in women aged 45-55 years old.


Physical activity

Physical activity is integral to a woman's overall health and well-being in all stages of her life. Keeping a routine physical activity regime is relatively easy. Learn the benefits of keeping fit and start your fitness journey today.


Mental wellness

Mental wellbeing is the key to a good life and health in all the stages of womanhood. In addition to managing stress well and taking care of our health through good nutrition and exercise, and avoiding smoking and drinking, there are a few particularly helpful areas that women can focus on at different ages to improve their mental wellness.


General Health advice for women at all stages

Advice on Diet, Maintaining healthy Body Mass Index (BMI), having healthy lifestyle habits such as Don’t Smoke, Limiting alcohol consumption and Protecting yourself from sexually transmitted diseases.

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