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Womens Health Center Resources

In every country, women face health issues and some are more prominent than others.Social factors play an important role in a women’s quality of life. Social factors must be taken into account when educating women on health matters. Women can suffer from the same illness as men, but women may have different symptoms.Women must be aware of symptoms of heart disease. The symptoms for women are not typically what women think to encounter such as chest pain. Women may experience nausea, shoulder, and jaw pain.As women increase in age so will their risk of cervical and breast cancer. Women are recommended to exercise regularly and receive appropriate medical screening. Osteoporosis is more common among women as well. Women develop habits in their childhood that contribute to developing osteoporosis.Genetics and hormones can play a damaging role in autoimmune diseases.There are nearly a 100 illnesses that are caused by the immune system attacking organs and women make up 75% of those who suffer from these serious illnesses. The following websites can provide in depth information concerning women’s health:

These resources provide information that can help women prolong their quality of life. Women must educate themselves with knowledge about prevention. Prevention is the best method for remaining healthy and being proactive withe ones health. Women must listen to their bodies and not ignore problematic ailments. Focus on having support from your healthcare provider and to be taken seriously with your health concerns.

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