Women Health Care For Life

The woman’s body is wonderfully complex and delicate. However, multiple roles as the mother, daughter, wife, homemaker, wage earner can be physically and mentally quite taxing.

A new national survey of women on their health finds that a substantial percentage of women cannot afford to go to the doctor or get prescriptions filled. Although a majority of women are in good health and satisfied with their health care, many have health problems and do not get adequate levels of preventive care.

Here you’ll find up to date and detailed information regarding women’s health. Our women’s health area was designed to provide comprehensive information on a broad range of women’s healthcare topics for women young and old alike. We’ve got the answers you are looking for, whether you are searching for information on Arthritis Health, breast cancer, Dental Health, Pregnancy Health or even nutrition and fitness & many more… Enjoy detailed articles written by people who care, and who understand what women face each and every day!

Women’s Health Topics:

  • Arthritis: The term “arthritis” simply refers to an inflammation of the joints. There are now known to be more than 100 types of arthritis. Five of those account for nine out of ten cases: osteoarthritis (OA), rheumatoid arthritis (RA), fibromyalgia, lupus, and gout. We will focus on the two most common types of arthritis, both of which are very common in women: rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis.
  • Breast Health: Wondering if breast self-exams really make a difference? Looking for more information on mammograms? Dr. Donnica’s Breast Health Center can answer these questions and more.
  • Dental Health: Many women are surprised to find out that their oral health is directly correlated with many general health issues, from enamel loss and bone loss to periodontal disease and heart disease. The good news is that as with many of our general health issues, an ounce of prevention—brushing and flossing twice per day and getting your dental check-ups twice per year—is worth a pound of cure. Browse the list below and click on the links to read articles, Guest Expert columns, Fast Facts, and more to optimize your oral health and your overall health. Remember that while this information is provided to be helpful to you, the best resource if you’re having an oral health challenges is your own dentist.
  • General Gynecology: Gynecology check up on regular basis helps to diagnosis early warnings of breast cancers, also genetic counseling and testing for other cancer risk, with age woman trend to have complex gynecologic conditions which needs immediate care and attention, one of the important one is fertility preservation as many working woman today don’t like have early babies due to their professional carriers. With work stress, many woman face difficult hormonal issues which may arise due to hectic work schedules, Gynecologist visits monitor such development on early stages which can be cured.
  • Heart Health: Looking forward to the holidays, but wondering how to maintain a healthy diet? Concerned about your cholesterol level? Searching for ways to lower your risk of heart attack? Dr. Donnica’s Heart Health Center is full of useful information about taking good care of your heart and maintaining healthy cholesterol levels.
  • Migraine/Headache Health: Migraines affect approximately 24 million Americans, many of whom describe these headaches as “the worst pain of my life . . . except for childbirth”. But migraines are more than severe headaches- it’s a complex disorder that is often accompanied by many symptoms such as nausea, vomiting, and sensitivity to light and sound. For many, the worst symptom is the prolonged, throbbing, recurring pain. Migraines are thought to be caused by extreme constriction and then dilation of blood vessels in the head. Recent research suggests that migraines may result from altered levels of neurotransmitters (neurologically active chemicals) in the brain, particularly serotonin.
  • Pregnancy Health: There has never been better news for pregnancy planning! Maternal and fetal complications of pregnancy and childbirth are at an all-time low, prenatal diagnostics and interventions have continued to improve, and the “information age” has offered unprecedented access to medically related information. Contraceptive options are also multiplying and improving, so that the goal of eliminating unwanted pregnancies in the 21st century is no longer in the realm of fantasy. Despite these advances, too many American women spend more time planning a one-week vacation than they do planning a pregnancy.

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One Response to Women Health Care For Life

  1. Joe T says:

    under the affordable pay act which requires insurance companies to provide 8 health care service free to women, but not men. (no coinsurance, and no deductible, and which will increase premiums for men and women)

    1. Do you think this is equal?

    2. Do you think it’s justified?

    3. Do you think offering services with absolutely no cost will be prone to overuse abuse problems?

    4. Do you think men should receive equivalent free services in the future?

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