Heart disease ranks as the leading cause of death in women, often presenting different symptoms from men. Recognizing signs is crucial.
Stroke affects more women annually. Understand stroke types and risk factors for better prevention.
Diabetes increases women's heart disease risk fourfold and leads to complications like blindness. Gestational diabetes during pregnancy requires careful management.
Preconception care is vital for women with high-risk conditions, and proper nutrition during pregnancy is essential for maternal health.
Women are prone to urinary tract infections due to their shorter urethra. Recognize symptoms and seek treatment if UTIs recur.
HPV is common and linked to cervical cancer. Regular Pap smears detect precancerous cells early, preventing cancer development.
Breast cancer is prevalent; regular self-exams, mammograms, and healthy lifestyle choices aid in risk management.
Postmenopausal women face osteoporosis risks. Counter these with calcium intake, exercise, and avoiding risk factors.
Alzheimer's disproportionately affects women. Healthy habits, such as staying active and a balanced diet, can promote brain health.
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