A not uncommon scenario: A caregiver (usually a woman) runs herself ragged caring for an older parent, younger children, co-workers and needy friends. What’s missing from this picture? The caregiver’s own health and well being. The US Dept of Health and Human Service’s Office of Women’s Health has declared the second week of May as National Women’s Health Week. To celebrate, they have published a guide for how women at every age, from the 20s to the 90s, can take care of themselves. To learn about the tips, tests and advice recommended for women in every decade of life, Read This.