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Women’s Health Tips | Women's Health Tips by Bill .. Posted Fri 11 Nov 2011 4:08pm Many women are busy taking care of the family, work, and other things that they tend to forget about their own health and wellness. If you are one to take your health for granted then it’s time to start prioritizing your health just like you do other importa ... Read on »
Roundup: Global Leaders Talk Women's Health at UN Meetings, Gardasil Blocks Border for Young Woman by Amie Newman Posted Wed 23 Sep 2009 10:27pm UN Meetings on Climate Change, Maternal Health... First off, our own Jodi Jacobson is in New York this week attending the Clinton Global Initiative Meeting (CGI) and the UN meetings on climate change, maternal health and more.This morning, according to the Associated Press, gender inequity was a focal point.  "No country can prosper if it ... Read on »
Anna Meares named Women's Health magazine sports woman of the year, Jacqueline Freney wins PM's female sport award by fatimacotton Posted Wed 05 Dec 2012 1:38am CYCLIST Anna Meares has trumped fellow Olympic gold medallist Sally Pearson to win the Women's Health magazine sports woman of the year award. But Pearson's hurdles victory at the London Olympics was voted ahead of Meares' cycling sprint gold medal as the moment of year. The Women's Health I Support Women In Sport awards were announced ... Read on »
Why is Women's Health, Fitness and Wellness my vocation? by Sandy H. Patient Expert Posted Mon 25 Aug 2008 3:19pm Hi again, I left off my last post with a comment about how women's health, fitness and wellness is now my vocation. I thought I'd explain some of the reasons why. First and foremost, I want to make health, fitness and wellness a major priority for myself and my children. Since doing so, my spouse has gotten on the bandwagon as wel ... Read on »
Women's Health Care Unsatisfactory Nationwide, National Women's Law Center Report Card Says by Linda MacDonald Glenn Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Tue 26 Aug 2008 4:26pm Women's health care in the U.S. is unsatisfactory overall, according to a report card on the state of women's health released Wednesday by the National Women's Law Center and the Oregon Health and Science University , CQ HealthBeat reports. The report card, titled "Making the Grade on Women's Health: A National and State-by-State Rep ... Read on »
Women's Health - First Blood Test for Ovarian Cancer Wins FDA Approval | Health News by Michele W. Patient Expert Posted Mon 02 Nov 2009 10:01pm 1 Comment Women's Health - First Blood Test for Ovarian Cancer Wins FDA Approval | Health News On Friday, September 11, the FDA announced their approval of the first laboratory test that, prior to exploratory surgery or biopsy, can indicate the likelihood of ovarian cancer, even if radiological tests fail to indicate malignancy. The announcement comes at ... Read on »
Womens Health | Healthy Women by Dr. Syed L. Doctor of Dentistry Posted Fri 01 Jan 2010 9:48pm –Mae Jemison (1956-)–With a medical degree from Cornell University, Dr. Read the rest here:  Womens Health | Healthy Women Read on »
Women Health News: Women Look ... by Gail Sexton Anderson Posted Thu 16 Feb 2012 1:01pm Women Health News: Women Look for Support Among Other Women to Discuss Infertility Issues http://ow.ly/8VSej Read on »
FitLit: Health vs. Women's Health by Fit Bottomed Girls Patient Expert Posted Fri 07 Aug 2009 9:48am We haven't done one of these puppies in a long time, so brace yourself. It's time for our head-to-head magazine ruuummmbbbllle! Today we have Health dueling it out with Women's Health for the title of best health-related July/August issue! Almost a year ago, Healthwon Erin's vote for top healthy lifestyle mag, and today that crown will be tested. F ... Read on »
Women's Health and Intimate Partner Violence against Women by Linda MacDonald Glenn Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Wed 01 Oct 2008 10:28pm While violence against women is recognized as a major health and economic problem, as well as a human rights issue, a lack of comparable and reliable data on root causes and magnitude has hindered public policy makers. In 1997, in order to collect such data, WHO initiated a study, the initial results of which were published last week as the “ WHO ... Read on »