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Adult-Onset Asthma
When asthma first develops after age 20, women are much more likely to be affected than men are.
Violence Against Women: Signs of Abuse
Learn the signs of abuse and find out how to get help.
Interstitial Cystitis

Bladder pain? Frequent urination? The problem could be IC. Here's what to do about it.


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Learn The Basics
Glossary Of Breast-Related Medical Terms
Medical glossary of terms related to breast surgery.
Screenings For Women
Top health experts from the U.S. Dept. of Health & Human Services commend a checklist of preventive health screening tests for women.
Menopause

Menopause is the time in a woman's life when menstruation stops. Normally it occurs between ages 45 and 60. Menopause can also occur when the ovaries are surgically removed.

The Pelvic Exam And Pap Test

Learn more about the annual gynecological exam and Pap smear.

Hormone Therapy (HT)

Once thought to be a miracle reliever of menopause symptoms, HT is coming under medical scrutiny that is causing some women to reconsider its use. Read the latest news and opinions of our Harvard Medical School partners.

Genetic Testing Guide

Learn about genetic testing through articles, illustrations, slide shows, animations and a unique decision tool.

Women and Men: Ten Differences That Make a Difference

"When it comes to health, there are many crucial health differences between men and women. Following are some quick but vital facts about sex differences in health care that you probably did not know.


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Just For Women
Your Work Life

The relationship between your job and your physical and emotional health can be significant. Learn how to minimize your stress and maximize your health while on the job.

Your Demons

Many women are plagued by addictions, from compulsive shopping and eating to drug and alcohol abuse. We provide you with the information you need to conquer your problems.

Your Sex Life

Whether single or married, women should be aware of the social and health issues that may affect their sex life.

Your Reproductive Life

maintaining reproductive health involves having periodic pelvic exams complete with Pap smear usually performed by a family practitioner, gynecologist, or nurse practitioner. Learn what to expect from doctor's visits and self exams.

Your Health

A woman's health can be influenced by many factors, including genetics and lifestyle. What health issues do women most commonly face?

Your Appearance

How you look can influence both your mental and physical health. Find out if your beauty regimen puts you at risk.

Your Relationships

Relationships with family and friends can be rewarding ? and stressful. Learn how can you get the most out of your relationships.

Specialty Groups

All women are special, but your age, ethnic background or sexual orientation can be associated with special health topics.



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Woman to Woman

Dr. Alice Chang provides frank and fresh advice to women of all ages.

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