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#Allin4health #health4all #Minding your wellbeing #Diabetes awareness By Dr T.W Ngwenya Changamire It is women’s month after all and as we celebrate the role women have played to improve our lives; we would also like to take this opportunity to promote women’s health in this special month. When we speak of women’s health we address issues related to reproductive health, sexual health, malnutrition, and non-communicable diseases. Non-communicable diseases are diseases such as hypertension, diabetes, heart disorders, stroke, and cancer. Women are still facing barriers to accessing health. These barriers are based on geographical location, political environment, religious background, cultural and social norms. Women’s health is a priority because a healthy woman is a woman who is able to ensure that her family is provided for and her children are likely to grow and contribute positively in the community. A healthy woman is the cornerstone of a healthy nation.