Epidemiology of Women's Health

Epidemiology of Women's Health

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With Contributions From Leading Authorities In The Field, This One-Of-A-Kind Text Explores The Major Health Challenges And Conditions Specifically Affecting Women. Epidemiology Of Womena€™S Health Covers Chronic, Infectious, Autoimmune And Psychological Conditions As Well As The Health Disparities And Differences In Health Behaviors To Give The Reader A Comprehensive Understanding Of The Major Female-Specific Needs That May Be Useful In Developing Effective Public Health Programs. The Text Concludes With A Review Of The Ethical Aspects Of Gender-Specific Research Studies. Divided Into 10 Sections, The Book Covers The Following Topic Areas: Introduction To Epidemiology Of Womena€™S Health; Personal And Community-Based Health Promotion And Morbidity Prevention; Sexual Health Across The Life Span; Sexually Transmitted Infections; Chronic Psychological And Psychosocial Conditions; Endocrine a Autoimmune Conditions; Malignancies; Chronic Conditions; Aging; And Impact Of Research: Lessons From The Past, Challenges Of The Future.Misoprostol is a medication that softens and dilates the cervix and may be used for medical abortion, a nonsurgical ... Two medication regimes are available and can be used through 7a€”9 weeks gestation depending on the regime: ... gestational limits, restrictive state policies, and cost are barriers to access for some women.56 ... 60 The bura€” den of bans on federal and state funding falls heaviest on lowa€”income women, many of whom obtain health covera€” age through Medicaid.

Title:Epidemiology of Women's Health
Author:Ruby T. Senie
Publisher:Jones & Bartlett Publishers - 2013


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