Women’s Health, Issues & Care

Women’s Health, Issues & Care

Cervical Cancer

Cervical cancer is one of the most widespread types of cancer in women and usually most of them are from squamous cells. Roughly all cervical cancers are caused by human papilloma virus. Early cervical cancer can be treated by eliminating the precancerous tissue. Read more…

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Posted by Matthew - 22/01/2013 at 04:30

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Breastfeeding and its Benefits

There are many benefits of the breastfeeding such as the ecstatic bonding with the baby, the cost savings, and the health profits for both mother and baby.Breast milk includes the correct balance of nutrients to help out the baby grow into a strong and healthy child. Read more…

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Posted by Matthew - 16/01/2013 at 06:30

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Kidney Failure in Women

Men and Women both can have Chronic kidney diseases but women generally are likely to experience chronic kidney disease at a lower rate than men. The thing is that women are left undiagnosed longer than men, if they do end up with this disease, Read more…

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Posted by Matthew - 20/12/2012 at 03:28

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New Oncogenes and Breast Cancer

A novel oncogene FAM83B has been identified, that adds to the growth of cancer. When FAM83B was overproduced in normal breast cells, it distorted the normal cells and caused breast cancer. There are comparatively a small number of oncogenes Read more…

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Posted by Matthew - 13/12/2012 at 06:36

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Physical Activity as an Intervention to Coronary Heart Disease

Heart disease is the number one killer of women. Primary prevention is the focus on minimizing modifiable cardiac risk factors (physical inactivity, smoking, hypertension, obesity, and hypercholesterolemia) to revent coronary heart disease (CHD) Read more…

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Posted by Lisa - 14/09/2012 at 06:43

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