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7.11 World Population Day-LeQing Maternal and Child Health Hospital Lecture on Community Activities

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In order to welcome the 29th "World Population Day", in the afternoon of July 10th, Yueqing Maternal and Child Health Hospital and Leyi Community Family Planning Association organized a theme of "care for women's happiness and care for women's and children's health" in Leyi Community Family School. This series of health knowledge lectures is aimed at advocating the scientific, civilized and progressive concept of marriage and childbirth in the whole society, advocating gender equality, strengthening the health science and health literacy of residents, and promoting the sustainable and coordinated population and economy, society, resources, and environment development of.

This lecture is rich in content. Vice President Lin Haiping of Yueqing Maternal and Child Health Hospital introduced the care of the whole life cycle and gave personalized guidance for women's health care of different ages and different life cycles. Director of Obstetrics and Gynecology Chen Feiqin talked about what menopause was, expounded that women in their 40s and 60s generally enter menopause, introduced the changes of menopause and how to actively deal with menopause, and taught everyone Kegel training methods on the spot, etc. . Later, Dr. Wang Ben of the Laboratory Department interpreted the routine test report, introduced some routine test items in the hospital and their significance, improved everyone's understanding of the test report, and explained the precautions for the operation and use of the home blood glucose meter. .

The lecture scene was full, and everyone listened carefully and gave a warm response. Through a series of lectures, popularizing health knowledge has strengthened the health care awareness and ability of community residents, and further improved the health level of community residents.