Women’s Healthcare

Women’s health differs from those of men by unique biological, social and behavioural conditions. Research has been carried out in large scale clinical trials and advancements in health studies is also done in the developed countries. The leading death rates in women include cardiovascular diseases, diabetes, PCOS, menopause, etc. The major threat in the developing countries is the maternal deaths which are continuously increasingly due to poor health. Young women and adolescents face the risks that include STIs, pregnancy and unsafe abortion, while older women are at risk of neurogenetic diseases.

 

  • Midwifery and gynaecology
  • Diabetes melitus and pregnancy
  • Cardiovascular diseases
  • Anaemia and osteoporosis
  • Breast and cervical cancer
  • Poly cysteine ovary syndrome(PCOS)
  • Menopause epidemiology

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