Exclusive "HealthiHer" Survey In REDBOOK Magazine Shares New Insights On Women's Well-Being

HealthyWomen in the News


NEW YORK /PRNewswire/ -- REDBOOK magazine, the lifestyle guide reaching 10 million monthly readers, today announced the results of an exclusive survey with HealthyWomen (the nation's leading independent health information source for women) and GCI Health (an integrated communications agency designed for and inspired by the ever-changing face of healthcare), unveiling the well-being habits of women ages 30-60. According to the survey of more than 1,000 women, 45 percent between the ages of 30 and 60 do not make time to focus on their own health. The results appear in the May issue of REDBOOK, https://www.facebook.com/BeHealthiHER/.

About the HealthiHer Movement
The HealthiHer survey collected responses from 1,060 women between the ages of 30-60 years of age. Respondents were primarily REDBOOK and HealthyWomen.org readers, reached via e-newsletter, social media and targeted paid Google search placements. The survey was fielded through SurveyMonkey from October 2017 through January 2018.

REDBOOK www.redbookmag.com is the lifestyle guide for today's modern women, full of accessible fashion, real beauty, smart health advice, easy recipes and chic décor tricks. Curating the very best products and ideas, REDBOOK helps its 10 million readers enjoy their nonstop lives. Winner of Adweek's "Hottest Women's Magazine" in 2015, the iconic brand thrives in print, online, mobile and social, making great style accessible for every woman. REDBOOK is published by Hearst Magazines, a unit of Hearst, one of the nation's largest diversified media, information and services companies. Hearst attracts more readers of monthly magazines than any other publisher. Hearst Magazines' print and digital assets reach 139 million readers and site visitors each month–more than two-thirds of all women and nearly three-quarters of millennial women in the country (source: 2017 comScore Multi-Platform/MRI 01-18/F17). With 25 titles in the U.S., the company publishes close to 300 editions and 200 websites around the world. Follow REDBOOK on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter.

About HealthyWomen
HealthyWomen is the nation's leading independent, nonprofit health information source for women. Their mission is to educate and empower women to make informed health choices for themselves and for their families. For nearly 30 years, millions of women have turned to HealthyWomen for answers to their most personal health care questions. Consumers, health care providers, nonprofit and corporate partners and the media trust HealthyWomen as a valued and reliable health information source. For more information, please visit www.healthywomen.org

About GCI Health
GCI Health, an integrated communications agency designed for and inspired by the ever-changing face of healthcare, was recently named Global and North America Healthcare Agency of the Year, Best of The Best Agencies to Work For and currently is a finalist for Midsize Agency of the Year by The Holmes Report. Working across the entire healthcare spectrum, GCI Health offers clients an accessible senior-level leadership team, a commitment to beating client expectations, and an obsession with anticipating the challenges of an increasingly complex and transforming healthcare communications environment. With a deep focus on multichannel marketing, high science, consumer activation, crisis management, reputation building, patient advocacy and health education, GCI Health's focus on delivering results is unrelenting. For more information, please visit www.gcihealth.com.

REDBOOK: Lauren Doyle, Lauren.Doyle@hearst.com 212-649-2669  
HealthyWomen: Stefanie Williamson, stefanie@healthywomen.org 631-754-0460 
GCI Health: Diana Bardusk, diana.bardusk@gcihealth.com 312-596-3108


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