DIABETES prevention may need different emphasis in women compared to men, depending on age.
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PATIENTS' knowledge about the negative impact of age on fertility and pregnancy health is inadequate.
WOMEN sought for primary prevention study on the benefits of aspirin.
LEARNING mindfulness can be a pathway to reduced stress and improved wellbeing.
DOUBLE jeopardy: Women underestimate heart risk and doctors may miss an atypical presentation.
CONCERN is increasing about the pathologising of normal female genitalia.
INTERVENTION is important for eating disorders – but when should GPs act?
IN MANAGING anxiety disorders, consider the option of talking therapies as well as tablets.
ENCOURAGE women to stand up for their health – whenever they can.
PELVIC pain is very common but is not recognised as a national health priority.
VULVAL pruritus is a common symptom resulting from infectious or noninfectious causes.
ASHERMAN’S syndrome: an acquired disorder with consequences for fertility.
Endometriosis has an alarming rate of delay in diagnosis.
The diagnoses and treatment of lichen sclerosus in women.
Women with a chronic illness need to know the implications of their condition and treatment on their reproductive capacity.
Ovarian ageing in women is associated with key hormonal and clinical manifestations from menarche until late postmenopausal years.
The key to obtaining health benefits from a vegetarian diet is good knowledge and planning.
One in five women will have perimenopausal symptoms that negatively impact on quality of life.
A contraception request is the second most common general practice presentation for females aged 14–17 years.
Young women are a high-risk group for weight mismanagement.