This article presents important information about three common health issues – incontinence, heavy periods, and digestive health – that women tend to discount as “minor,” and avoid talking about. Yet each of these issues can deeply affect not only a woman’s physical health, but her mental, personal and professional well-being as well.
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HPV – human papillomavirus – has a social stigma attached to it. But it’s important to talk about it. Cervical cancer is highly preventable – and knowing your HPV status can help you identify your risk. And there’s really no good reason to stay silent, because having HPV is a lot more normal than you may think.
Rate of Pregnancy and Childbirth Complications on The Rise in The United States: How We Can Reverse This Trend
Each day, 800 women around the world will die from complications experienced during pregnancy and childbirth. That’s why Merck, a global health care company, created Merck for Mothers – a 10 year, $500 million initiative focused on creating a world where no woman dies giving life. This article provides information on this important new effort to improve maternal health.
Heart Disease in Children Can Be Prevented Since in Gynecology.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), approximately 600,000 women have hysterectomies each year. Yet many of these highly invasive surgeries are medically unnecessary. This article provides useful information to help women to realize they have options besides a hysterectomy when dealing with serious reproductive health issues.
This article provides important health information for women on the importance of having a test done for the human papillomavirus (HPV), along with an annual Pap test.
An ultrasound in Miami is a diagnostic process that uses sound waves to get an approximate image of a specific body cavity as well as other body organs to help medical professionals view and diagnose a patient?s medical problem. This procedure uses various kinds of transducers and is typically painless and non-invasive.
Not all pregnancies are the same as every single woman will have her own special experience based on her bodily,psychological, emotional, spiritual and social attributes.