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Women's Healthcare

Women’s healthcare is the important branch in healthcare, which is concerned with the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of the women’s health disorders or illness which may be physical or mental, or any disability that may affects women’s well-being.

Women's Health is a wide encompassing topic which covers just about everything affecting the health of women. From the emotional well-being of a woman to her physical and medical health and history, everything that relates to the health of a woman is included under this field of medicine. Health issues affecting women may also affect men, but there are a wide variety of female-specific medical issues.

Besides conditions such as menopause, ovarian and cervical cancer, and pregnancy, which are unique to women, other medical conditions play a large role in women’s health. Breast cancer and osteoporosis are thought of as women’s health concerns, although they can also occur in men. Heart disease may be a serious concern for both men and women, though risk factors and preventive strategies may differ between the sexes, and women may experience different symptoms of an impending heart attack than men.

Related Journals of Women's Healthcare

Health Care for Women International, International Journal of Women's Health, Journal of Midwifery and Women's Health, BMC Women's Health, Journal of Women and Aging

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