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Great news for Menopausal Medicine

License: Wikimedia Commons, Photographer: Gage Skidmore from Peoria, AZ In a landmark move aimed at advancing women’s health, bipartisan lawmakers have introduced a groundbreaking bill to bolster research, physician training, and public awareness surrounding menopause. Led by influential female leaders and supported by acclaimed actor Halle Berry, this initiative marks a significant step towards addressing […]

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JAMA Patient Page: Perinatal Depression

JAMA Patient Page March 14, 2024 What Is Perinatal Depression? Rebecca Voelker, MSJ1 Author Affiliations Article Information JAMA. 2024;331(14):1254. doi:10.1001/jama.2024.0434 erinatal depression can occur during pregnancy and the first 12 months after childbirth. Perinatal depression, also called postpartum depression, affects about 1 in 7 perinatal individuals. More than 75% of these individuals receive no treatment for perinatal depression. Onset […]

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Unlocking Intimacy: The Power of Pelvic Floor Muscle Training for Women’s Sexual Health

Sexual function is a vital aspect of overall well-being and quality of life for individuals, especially for women. However, many women experience pelvic floor dysfunction, which can significantly impact their sexual health. Recent research sheds light on a promising avenue for improving sexual function among these women: pelvic floor muscle training. Understanding Pelvic Floor Dysfunction: […]

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Embracing Sexual Health: A Guide for Women Over 50

As society evolves and conversations around sexuality become increasingly open, it’s crucial to shed light on the sexual behaviors of women aged 50 and older. Contrary to outdated stereotypes, sexuality doesn’t come with an expiry date. Research suggests that sexual activity among older adults is not only healthy but also quite common. However, alongside the […]

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The Mystery of Early Puberty in Girls: Exploring Causes and Consequences

Puberty marks a significant milestone in every individual’s life, signaling the transition from childhood to adolescence. However, recent studies have highlighted a concerning trend: girls are entering puberty earlier than ever before. Reports from STAT indicate that this phenomenon is occurring globally, leaving researchers puzzled about its underlying causes. The implications of early puberty extend […]

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Navigating the Latest Guidelines: Cervical Cancer Screening and HPV Vaccination

In the realm of women’s health, cervical cancer screening has long been a cornerstone of preventative care. Over the years, recommendations for screening frequency and methods have evolved as research has deepened our understanding of the disease and its underlying causes. In recent years, significant shifts have occurred in the guidelines surrounding cervical cancer screening, […]

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Exploring Gender Selection Methods: Science, Ethics, and Data

Gender selection during conception has long fascinated scientists and the public alike. The ability to influence the gender of a future child raises ethical, social, and scientific questions. With advances in reproductive technology, several methods purportedly offer couples the chance to choose the sex of their offspring. However, the efficacy, safety, and ethical implications of […]

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Revolutionizing Women’s Healthcare: The Role of Artificial Intelligence

Women’s healthcare has undergone remarkable advancements in recent years, largely owing to the integration of artificial intelligence (AI) technologies. From early detection of diseases to personalized treatment plans, AI is revolutionizing the way healthcare is delivered to women across the globe. In this article, we delve into the significant contributions of AI in women’s healthcare, […]

Addressing Maternal Mental Health in the Fight Against Pregnancy-Related Deaths

Maternal mental health has emerged as a pressing concern in the United States, with recent evidence revealing its status as the leading cause of pregnancy-related deaths. Despite this alarming statistic, national initiatives designed to combat maternal mortality often fall short in prioritizing mental health. This oversight not only perpetuates the crisis but also undermines efforts […]

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