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These articles explore non-reproductive health disorders, diseases, and conditions with an emphasis on how women are affected. Includes information about digestive diseases such as gallbladder disease, neurological disorders, headaches, bone diseases, autoimmune disorders, and dermatology issues, as well as numerous other health issues as women experience them.
  1. Autoimmune (4)
  2. Dermatology (11)
  3. Digestive Diseases (16)
  4. Hair Loss (2)
  5. Hepatitis (2)
  6. Insomnia (4)
  7. Mental Health (2)
  8. Muscle and Bone Disease (25)
  9. Neurological Disorders (6)
  10. Tinnitus (2)

Urinary Tract Infections - UTI
At least half of all women experience urinary tract infections or UTI. Learn about the causes, symptoms, diagnosis, and treatments for UTI.

Negativity and Your Health - How Stress Can Make You Sick
A look at how negativity and stress affect your health. Covers issues such as depression and living and/or working in stressful environments and the impact of these negative influences on your health.

Women's Health Books Of 2005
The top ten women's health books discuss a variety of health issues encountered by women everywhere. 2005's Top 10 Women's Health Books discusses topics that include vulvovaginal health, anxiety and phobias, female sexuality, medical error prevention, taking care of our brains, preventing colds and flu, and health care information for the entire body.

Getting Older Often Means Vision Problems
Many people have good eyesight well into their eighties or longer. However, some of us are not so lucky and experience changes in our vision that often begin in our forties. As we age, our eyes often weaken and become susceptible to a whole range of vision problems from presbyopia, to floaters and dry eyes.

Staying Cool and Hydrated on Hot Summer Days - Preventing Heat Related Illness
Learn how to stay cool and hydrated to reduce your risk of heat related illness on hot summer days. Discover who's most at risk of heat related illness and how to prevent summer heat related illness.

Staying Warm in the Winter Can Be a Matter of Life and Death for Older People
A look at why older people might seem colder than others. Covers hypothermia symptoms and causes.

20 Tips to Prevent Medical Errors
Tens of thousands annually pay with their lives for medical errors. Discover what you can do to prevent medical mistakes.

Do I Have the Flu? - Symptoms of the Flu
A look at common flu symptoms. Learn when to expect to see these signs of the flu virus following exposure.

Why Should You Exercise?
Studies have shown that regular exercise significantly increases life expectancy and improves overall health. It's never too late to improve your health through regular exercise. Here are some simple tips to help you begin your exercise routine.

What is Iron Overload? Hemochomatosis - The Truth About Too Much Iron in Your...
Iron overload or hemochromatosis is explored from symptoms to diagnosis, treatment, and potential complications.

10 Tips for Healthy Manicures
Simple tips for avoiding nail infections, fungus, HIV or AIDS at the nail salon.

Hepatitis C: Dangerous Silence
Dr. C. Everett Koop estimates that over 200 million people worldwide are infected with HCV--"making it one of the greatest public health threats faced in this century, and perhaps one of the greatest threats to be faced in the next century."

Why Women Have More Migraines: The Role of Hormones
Your head is throbbing severely, probably only on one side. Any light or sound only makes it worse, and you may be feeling nauseated. Learn why you have so many headaches, find out what triggers your headaches, and discover what you can do to reduce their frequency.

Have You Been The Victim Of Prescription Errors?
Readers share stories of prescription medication errors. Find out what happens when similar sounding drug names lead to prescription errors.

Thyroid Problems and Women's Health
Thyroid disease and women's health

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