Women S Health Solutions
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📒Women S Health Solutions ✍ Gary Null
✏Women s Health Solutions Book Summary : In each of its thirty-eight chapters, this encyclopedia includes a thorough discussion of each health problem and the recommended preventions and treatments, emphasizing tried and proven alternative approaches from acupunture and Ayurveda to Chinese medicine and Hellerwork, to Reiki and yoga techniques. Complemented by a resource guide and tips on how to select an alternative health practitioner, the unconventional approaches found in Women’s Health Solutions are bound to empower women to take their health into their own hands.
📒Immigrant Women S Health ✍ Elizabeth Jane Kramer
✏Immigrant women s health Book Summary : There are 25.8 million immigrants-the largest number in more than five decades-living in the United States. These men, women, and children represent nearly 10 percent of this country's population. These immigrants, the majority of whom are women from Asia, Central America, and Eastern Europe, have a vital need for health and mental health services but often encounter cultural, linguistic, and economic barriers in their efforts to access care. Immigrant Women's Health offers doctors, nurses, and administrators the knowledge and tools needed to meet the challenge and provide quality care for one of this nation's most vulnerable patient populations-immigrant women. This valuable book provides insight into the knowledge, attitudes, health beliefs, health care practices, and health care seeking behaviors of immigrant women and offers a unique perspective on the health and mental health care problems they experience. The contributors include many of the leading clinicians and administrators in the field of immigrant health who offer valuable information and practical strategies for providing culturally-competent, high-quality, cost-effective care to migrant women from diverse cultures. Health care planners, policy makers, and administrators who seek a clear understanding of the issues surrounding health services utilization by immigrants and the devastating effects of recent changes to federal policies will find this book a vital and practical reference. Immigrant Women's Health summarizes the best practices in program development and addresses a wealth of compelling topics including Reproductive health issues unique to foreign-born women Chronic diseases and changes in disease patterns by generation of residence in the United States Psychological implications of sexual violence, rape, and war Effective programs that address linguistic barriers to obtaining optimal health care; treatment of post-traumatic stress disorder; issues related to screening for breast and cervical cancer; and educational needs of health care providers A case study of one of the country's most innovative and successful immigrant health clinics This much-needed resource gives health care professionals the insight and guidance needed to break down cultural barriers and improve quality of care for immigrant women. Providing Quality Care for Immigrant Women Immigrant Women's Health is an invaluable resource that offers the information and tools needed to meet the challenge to provide quality care for one of the most vulnerable patient populations in today's health care environment. "The authors are to be commended for an outstanding review of the health issues of the newest members of our country. Increasingly we are reminded that human rights are women's rights. No country is exempt from this principle; infringement includes the prizes of war, bride burning, unnecessary surgery, sexual assault (domestic violence), and lack of access to health care."—Jean Fourcroy, past president, American Medical Women's Association; adjunct professor, urology, Uniformed Services University of Health Science, Bethesda, MD "This is a significant and timely book. The chapters are rich in describing clinical considerations for and approaches to the immigrant patient in a broad range of disease areas. I recommend this book to all administrators and clinicians who serve or plan to serve the growing immigrant populations in the United States. Particularly noteworthy is the book's emphasis on women's health issues and the acknowledgment of the key roles women play in accessing health care for their families."—Henry Chung, medical director, Chinatown Health Clinic, New York, New York "The time has come . . . to address the inequities in the delivery of health care to all who reside in the United States. We must be willing to . . . provide services and information . . .that meet cultural, psychosocial, and educational needs. This book goes a long way toward achieving that goal by providing a solid background on the major clinical, behavioral, and policy issues, problems and prospects as well as potential solutions and examples of exemplary programs which can be replicated. It comes to the marketplace not a moment too soon!"—Lillian Pardo Gonzalez, professor of pediatrics and neurology, University of Kansas School of Medicine
📒Rethinking Women S Health ✍ Alison E. Buehler
✏Rethinking Women s Health Book Summary : An alternative health wellness guide for women.
📒Women S Health Vagina University ✍ Editors of Women's Health
✏Women s Health Vagina University Book Summary : Class is in session! From IUDs to UTIs, periods to pregnancy, and menstrual cups to cervical caps, Women’s Health Vagina University teaches the modern woman everything you need to know about your most intimate parts—even if you are uncomfortable saying "vagina" out loud. Women’s Health Vagina University challenges stigmas directed at women’s bodies and sexuality, offers advice and support, and explains how your vagina’s health can impact your overall health. It also includes: • A quick overview of all things anatomical and biological that you learned in health class in middle school. The birds and the bees haven’t changed, but even the teacher’s pet can use a refresher! • Information on choosing the right gynecologist, birth control, period solution, and anything else a woman might have to choose in any circumstance. It is her right, after all. • Eye-opening and entertaining facts about the history of women’s healthcare and vagina-related issues all over the world. • Straightforward guide to all the signs and symptoms that show up when there is something wrong down there and a trip to the OB-GYN is just what the doctor ordered. • Body- and sex-positive discussions about consent, pleasure in its many forms, and achieving the all-important O in a world filled with stereotypes and misinformation. • Myth-busting truth-bombs that separate the cold, hard facts from the old wives tales, distortions, and misleading political rhetoric. Women’s Health Vagina University aims to dispel the myths, unpack the lies, explain laws, and define words that confuse and limit women, and empower you to take full control of your health, your bodies, and your futures.
📒Women S Health Missing From U S Medicine ✍ Sue Vilhauer Rosser
✏Women s health missing from U S medicine Book Summary : The male-centered focus of clinical research has led to the understudy and underfunding of womenÕs diseases; the exclusion of women from experimental drug trials; and the failure to understand the health of the elderly, who are mostly female. WomenÕs Health critiques male-focused medical research and health care practice and explores solutions available through medical education to make womenÕs health and well-being share the focus of the medical mission. Sue Rosser begins her critique by examining ethical problems raised by an androcentric focus in clinical research. Then she examines the problems such a focus raises in internal medicine, psychiatry, and obstetrics and gynecology. Chapters trace the origins of gender bias in clinical specialty research to its roots in the related basic science discipline. The next three chapters underline the profound effects that the understudy of womenÕs health has for particular subpopulations of women. Virtually no research has been undertaken that acknowledges the diversity among women; minority women, lesbians, and elderly women largely have been ignored in the scant research that has centered on womenÕs health needs. In the last section of the book, means of overcoming these biases are proposed through implementation of changes in methodologies, curricula, classroom and clinical climates, teaching methods, and evaluation in medical education. Sure Rosser is a feminist medical educator with a missionÑa mission to decenter the current medical model in order to make it more inclusive and human.
📒Women S Health Across The Lifespan ✍ Laura Marie Borgelt
✏Women s Health Across the Lifespan Book Summary : There has never been a comprehensive pharmacotherapy reference focused on women and women's health - until now. A unique primary reference developed to help educate pharmacy students, pharmacists and other health care professionals in an area of deservedly growing interest and importance.
📒The Women S Health Fitness Fix ✍ Jen Ator
✏The Women s Health Fitness Fix Book Summary : It's time to rethink your relationship with food and exercise! The Women's Health Fitness Fix is a refreshing, realistic guide for anyone who wants a better body. You'll find all the tools you need for successful and lasting weight loss--no rigid, inflexible diet rules or demanding, time-consuming workout programs. These easy-to-follow strategies are practiced by the US's leading fitness experts, tested by the world's top researchers, and proven by everyday busy people across the US. Whether you're a beginner or a longtime fitness fanatic, this must-have manual offers hundreds of tips to get you the results you've always wanted--in just minutes a day. Inside, you'll find: More than 30 exclusive total-body workouts from America's top trainers, including genius 5-minute routines you can do whenever you're in a hurry and stack together when you have time for a serious calorie-blasting sweat session. Practical solutions for managing your motivation, busting through fitness and weight-loss plateaus, and overcoming the most common diet obstacles and exercise excuses. Beginner-friendly techniques for healthier cooking at home and meal prep made simple, along with hundreds of fast-and-easy recipe ideas and calorie-saving food swaps. More than 145 research-based "Quick Tips" for improving everything from your goal setting and grocery shopping list to your sleep habits and stress-management skills. The Women's Health Fitness Fix is more than a diet book: It's the long-term solution you've been searching for and offers the tools and motivation you need to improve your relationship with food and exercise, transform your body, and finally make your healthy lifestyle feel effortless!
📒The Vitamin Cure For Women S Health Problems Large Print 16pt ✍ Helen Saul Case
✏The Vitamin Cure for Women s Health Problems Large Print 16pt Book Summary : Women make up 50 percent of the population--but are women's unique health issues really understood and safely handled by modern medicine's rush to pharmaceutical answers? Often our doctors miss the mark by giving us just a few minutes of their time and a quick prescription rather than taking the time to look into the reasons why a problem has developed and offering natural, safe solutions. This book highlights some of the most common health concerns of women, and how vitamins and nutrition can help. What you will find in this book is a step-by-step, drugless approach to the specific illnesses we face Written with humor, understanding, and an easy-to-read style. ''The Vitamin Cure for Women's Health Problems'' gives straightforward guidance on the serious issues women deal with throughout their lives. It includes useful, natural, and safe solutions for common issues such as premenstrual syndrome (PMS), yeast infections urinary tract and bladder infections, and menopause, to more complex issues such as problems caused by hormonal contraception, sex drive concerns, infertility, and prevention of female cancers of the breast, ovaries, endometrium, and cervix
📒Mobile Health Solutions For Biomedical Applications ✍ Olla, Phillip
✏Mobile Health Solutions for Biomedical Applications Book Summary : "This book gives detailed analysis of the technology, applications and uses of mobile technologies in the healthcare sector by using case studies to highlight the successes and concerns of mobile health projects"--Provided by publisher.
📒Women S Health Care ✍ Carol S. Weisman
✏Women s Health Care Book Summary : The fact that women experience the health care system differently than men is as issue of increasing importance to health professionals as well as the general public. Yet, while women's health problems have received unprecedented attention in recent years, the unique relationship between women and health care institutions remains little understood. In Women's Health Care: Activist Traditions and InstitutionalChange, Carol Weisman examines the nature of women's health care today and how U.S.women—as both providers and consumers of health care—are seeking to change health care institutions and policy. Using a sociological perspective, Women's Health Care: Activist Traditions and Institutional Change critically examines contemporary assumptions about the health care of women in the U.S. and presents the basis for a policy agenda to improve the health care of women. The book assesses and synthesizes existing information on the state of women's health care while also presenting new data. Topics addressed include the historical, theoretical, and empirical: gender differences in health and health care; the multiplicity of providers from whom women receive health care; the need to integrate reproductive health care and other components of primary care; such new organizational forms as women's health centers; and financing.