Women’s healthy

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  • The importance of psychology and health, multiculturalism, and a focus on strengths and positive psychology are the dynamic issues of psychology in this new millennium. These central issues in psychological research and practice today form the backbone of the Handbook of Girls’ and Women’s Psychological Health. To encounter all three integrated into a handbook on women and girls is like fantasizing a feast and having it appear on your table.

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  • According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 13 percent of women aged eighteen years and older are in poor, or merely fair, health. More than 12 percent of women face a limitation in their usual activities due to chronic health conditions. In addition, 62 percent of women aged twenty years and older are overweight, a key predictor of future health problems. Moreover, the medical concerns women face often differ from those of most concern to men.

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  • A gender specific goal is seen as essential to tackle the underlying causes of gender inequality. Studies have shown that political commitment to gender equality is declining when gender is only mainstreamed. The importance of gender targets for securing funding is also being stressed. In addition to a standalone goal, considering gender equality throughout the post 2015 framework is also seen as crucial by many.

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  • Any book coming from Weight Watchers is a team effort, and She Loses, He Loses: The Truth about Men,Women, and Weight Loss is no exception. This book compiles the insights, feedback, experiences, and science from dozens of sources, including a number of Weight Watchers leaders and Weight Watchers CEO Linda Huett.The credit for putting it all together in such a masterful and creative way goes to Jodie Shield, who is an MED, RD, and writer extraordinaire.

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  • I am sure that every one of you is familiar with acne. Almost all of us got this skin disorder, right? Well, technically known as acne vulgaris, this skin disorder affects millions of people from different walks of life, annually. Studies have found out that most of the adolescents are the usual target of this disease, although infants and adults are also affected. It is even found out that about 80 percent of the teenagers develop acne, particularly for women.

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  • Care for pregnant women differs fundamentally from most other medical endeavours. ‘Routine’ care during pregnancy and birth interferes in the lives of healthy people, and in a process which has the potential to be an important life experience. It is diffi cult to measure the extent to which our efforts may, for example, disturb the development of a confi dent, nurturing relationship between mother and baby. The harmful effects we measure in randomised trials are limited to those we have predicted may occur.

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  • In today’s society, and indeed in the society of men from the ages of the ancient Greeks, the men, and women o society had an image in their minds of a perfect body. This body has been admired and desired throughout th ages. Great sculptures, great artists, and grea photographers have tried to capture this PERFECT BODY in marble, oil and film. We have all seen thes bodies in this artwork again and again and have a clea picture in our minds of what a PERFECT BODY would look like.

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  • From within the small yet growing body of research focused upon CAM use for pregnancy [2,5], the majority has examined pregnant women’s use of discrete supplements or treatments and, despite recommendations [23,24], there has been little exploration of women’s consultations with CAM practitioners. One exception is a recent longitudinal cohort study (n=535) [7] which identified no significant change in this prevalence rate over a 10 year period compared with non-pregnant women.

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  • I’ve spent the last 28 years studying, practicing, teaching, and evolving as a naturopathic physician. Two themes have been consistent: natural medicine and the health care of women. Alternative medicine has come to be the popular term used to distinguish natural, noninvasive therapies from conventional medicine.

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  • Tuyển tập báo cáo các nghiên cứu khoa học quốc tế ngành y học dành cho các bạn tham khảo đề tài: Soy isoflavones increase preprandial peptide YY (PYY), but have no effect on ghrelin and body weight in healthy postmenopausal women

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  • When a woman is healthy, she has the energy and strength to do her daily work, to fulfill the many roles she has in her family and community, and to build satisfying relationships with others. In other words, a woman’s health affects every area of her life. Yet for many years, ‘women’s health care’ has meant little more than maternal health services such as care during pregnancy and bir th. These services are necessary, but they address women’s needs only as mothers.

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  • For thousands of years, since long before there were doctors or hospitals, midwives have been helping women stay healthy, helping babies into the world, and helping families grow. Ask a woman why she prefers the care of a midwife and she will tell you that midwives are knowledgeable, patient, and respectful of her traditions.

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  • The view that a midwife is the expert in normal pregnancy is not new but the context within which midwifery is practised has changed over the years. From the early 1960s the most usual place to give birth moved from being a woman’s home to hospital settings and the majority of women now give birth in hospital. In recent years larger tertiary maternity units have been developed, housing a range of specialised services, and there has also been an increase in the number of midwife-led units.

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  • he specific country cultures are not only different in regard to their health systems, but also in integrating gender aspects in research, policy and practice. The very definitions of health, illness and health related social problems are different. If networks focus on gender specific aspects of health and illness, the necessity for transnational communication is evident.

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  • Environmental toxins, including exposure to lead, pesticides, and other chemicals, unquestionably affect fertility in men and women. Researchers have documented many examples, the strongest cases involving industrial and occupational exposures. These usually involve small numbers of people exposed to high levels of contamination.

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  • Normal cells are cohesive in nature but exfoliated when they attain maturation. During malignant conditions or during infection, the exfoliation becomes exaggerated and the epithelial cells show variation in morphology. Such exfoliated cells, when collected and appropriately stained, give information on the living epithelium from which they are derived. These characteristic cellular and nuclear appearances in cells thrown off from healthy epithelium, differ distinctly from those, derived from inflamed or malignant lesions.

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  • Both international and national agencies have invested in women's programs for almost a decade, and several offer sound field-based experience and have qualified female staff, who worked illegally under burqas and with mahrams throughout the years of women's exclusion from all public life. Such women today represent a new category of working women, many of whom have the important experience of working effectively in rural areas.

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  • There are a number of well-recognized indicators of biological risk for cardiovascular disease, diabetes, and death for which change over some period of time can be determined from the U.S. National Health and Nutrition Examination Surveys (NHANES). Collection of some measures began as early as the 1960s, and some are not available until the 1980s. NHANES data show that the percentage of the older population with high cholesterol has decreased since the 1960s, somewhat faster for women than men (60).

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  • Food consumption research suggests that widowhood confers potentially negative effects on food intake through weight change, increased adverse health outcomes, including depression, and diminished “nutritional self-management”, leading to changes in dietary behaviour and food intakes.86,87 This is particularly evident among men over the age of 7540,65,78,88 with low incomes.89 Indeed, there is a strong relation between living alone and dietary intakes among men,80,88-90 but these findings have not been consistent91,92 and are even less so among women.

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  • Tuyển tập các báo cáo nghiên cứu về sinh học được đăng trên tạp chí hóa học quốc tế đề tài : Thai SF-36 health survey: tests of data quality, scaling assumptions, reliability and validity in healthy men and women

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