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  • Diabetes is a unique condition for women. When compared with men, women have a 50 percent greater risk of diabetic coma, a condition brought on by poorly controlled diabetes and lack of insulin. Women with diabetes have heart disease rates similar to men, but more women with diabetes die from a first heart attack than do men with diabetes. Diabetes also poses special challenges during pregnancy.

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  • The significance of the kidney in diabetes Ferrannini • Fioretto • Groop • Hach Nauck • Thomas Edited by Piper & Raderschadt Published by infill Kommunikation GmbH .

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  • Huairou Commission member in Binga District in the Northwest of Zimbabwe, Ntengwe for Community Development, with support from the Huairou Commission, carried out an on-going land, property and inheritance project at the grassroots level to provide direction in the implementation of land rights and property and inheritance rights for women and girls through the support of women’s groups and community dialogue. Watchdog groups were set up with 15 women in each group. Women meet monthly for sharing challenges and lessons learned.

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  • This book summarizes several aspects of GD, which is caused by not well-understood multifactorial mechanisms. Common strategies seem to be key in the understanding of the syndrome, i.e., endothelial dysfunction and the role of other placenta cells such as trophoblasts. It is a book that will definitively help to increase the knowledge-based management of GD for the well being of the mother and the fetus.

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  • The objective of the research is: To determine the prevalence of vitamin D insufficiency in pregnant women at the National Hospital of Gynecology & Obstetrics and the National Hospital of Endocrinology; to explore relationships between plasma 25 hydroxy vitamin D concentration in women with gestational diabetes mellitus.

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  • The primitive methods used for unsafe abortion show the desperation of the women. Surveys done in New York City before the legalisation of abortion on request documented the techniques in common use. 30 Of 899 women interviewed, 74 reported having attempted to abort one or more pregnancies; 338 noted that one of their friends, relatives, or acquaintances had done so. Of those reported abortion attempts, 80% tried to do the abortion themselves. Nearly 40% of women used a combination of approaches.

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  • Women in prison often have more health problems than male prisoners. As indicated before, many have chronic and complex health conditions resulting from lives of poverty, drug use, family violence, sexual assault, adolescent pregnancy, malnutrition and poor health care (Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network, 2006; WHO Regional Office for Europe, 2007a). Drug-dependent women offenders have a higher prevalence than male offenders of tuberculosis, hepatitis, toxaemia, anaemia, hypertension, diabetes and obesity (Covington, 2007).

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  • The aspirator should be aware of the pertinent history and clinical information, significant radiological studies and the clinical question that FNAB may answer. The procedure as well as the minor complications of bruising and bleeding should be explained to the patient. Site-specific complications for deep needle aspiration biopsy should be described to the patient if image guided FNAB is performed. Informed consent should be obtained from the patient, guardian or legal representative.

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  • If a patient has previously undergone a hysterectomy, the cervix is usually no longer present and only a vaginal cuff remains. If the pathology was benign, then the patient no longer requires Pap smears (11). However, if the hysterectomy was performed for cervical cancer or dysplasia, cervical cancer screening on the vaginal cuff should continue since remnants of cervical tissue may be present. These women are also at higher risk for vaginal in- traepithelial neoplasia (VAIN) and vaginal cancer.

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  • Research has suggested a link between nutritional deficiencies in early (including prenatal) life, and the development of chronic diseases—cardiovascular disease, diabetes mellitus, hypertension, stroke, cancer, and osteoporosis, among others—some decades later (World Health Organization 2000a, 2000b; Jacoby 2004). A possible link between early nutritional deficiencies and obesity has also been suggested, and it remains an area of ongoing research (Pan American Health Organization 2003).

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  • Planned Parenthood affiliates and a majority of the other WHP clinics we interviewed have already sustained financial losses because the state of Texas reduced family planning funding by two-thirds in 2011. Thus, family planning clinics have already experienced losses that have contributed to a deterioration of services to low-income women. It is worth noting that the WHP not only provides contraceptive services, but also other women’s health services, such as screening for breast and cervical cancer, diabetes, hypertension, and sexually transmitted infections.

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  • Both Planned Parenthood and the alternative sites we interviewed typically had relationships with other local health care providers. Thus, changes that affect one set of clinics, like Planned Parenthood, may have repercussions for other providers in the communities. Clinics often refer patients for care at other facilities if they cannot provide the services themselves. For example, if a woman is diagnosed with diabetes in a WHP exam at a family planning clinic, she would be referred to a community health center or public primary care clinic for further follow- up and care.

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  • Dysthymic disorder, also called dysthymia, is characterized by depressive symptoms that are long-term (e.g., 2 years or longer) but less severe than those of major depression. Dys­ thymia may not disable a person, but it prevents one from functioning normally or feeling well. People with dysthymia may also experience one or more episodes of major depres­ sion during their lifetimes. Minor depression may also occur. Symptoms of minor depression are similar to major depression and dysthymia but they are less severe and/or are usually shorter term.

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  • The governor’s office has expressed the view that, since Planned Parenthood affiliates constitute just 2% of WHP providers, patients would have little difficulty finding alternative providers. Our analysis indicates that in the markets they serve, Planned Parenthood affiliates serve half, and sometimes much more than half, of all WHP patients.

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  • Obesity is a chronic disease, and its consequences include an elevated risk of premature death and a variety of serious health problems such as heart disease, hypertension and stroke, diabetes, cancer, osteoarthritis, and accidents, among others (World Health Organization 1997, 2000a). An estimated 35 million deaths from chronic diseases were expected to occur worldwide in 2005, with 80% of them in low-income and middle-income developing countries.

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  • In 1990, four of the ten leading causes of death in American women were chronic diseases directly associated with modifiable behavioral factors including physical inactivity or sedentary lifestyle. They were heart disease, certain forms of cancer (specifically, breast and colon cancers), cerebrovascular disease (hypertension and stroke), and non-insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus (NIDDM) (National Center for Health Statistics, 1993).

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  • The lives of many older people are more frequently negatively affected by the social and economic insecurity that accompany the demographic and developmental process (World Bank, 1994). The growth of individualism and desire for the independence and autonomy of the young generation (Serow, 2001) affect the status of the elderly. The studies show that the socioeconomic condition of older women is more vulnerable in the context of the demographic and sociocultural change (Tout, 1993).

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  • Tuyển tập các báo cáo nghiên cứu khoa học ngành y học tạp chí Medical Sciences dành cho các bạn sinh viên ngành y tham khảo đề tài: Association of Adiposity, Cardiorespiratory Fitness and Exercise Practice with the Prevalence of Type 2 Diabetes in Brazilian Elderly Women...

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  • It has been documented, for example, that high maternal pre-pregnancy weight and excessive weight gain during pregnancy are often associated with adverse pregnancy outcomes, including greater risks of gestational diabetes, childbirth complications, caesarean sections, hypertension and pre-eclampsia, and post-partum obesity. Women with severe (morbid) obesity are more likely to experience even poorer outcomes such as stillbirths or neonatal deaths.

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  • The biggest losers have been the most vulnerable and disadvantaged groups in society, especially rural women and men in developing countries. Three out of four poor people in developing countries live in rural areas, and most depend on agriculture or related activities for their livelihoods. According to a World Bank country rating study, in agriculture-based countries – those where agriculture contributes an average of 32 per cent of GDP growth – 70 per cent of poor people live in rural areas.

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