Health Concerns & Women

There is growing evidence that some of the health concerns that especially affect women may be linked to environmental contaminants. Some examples include:

Fertility Challenges
According to a recent national survey, 12 percent of the reproductive age population in the United States, or 7.3 million couples, report difficulty conceiving or carrying a pregnancy to term, or both of these problems.

There has been a 46 percent increase in women with diabetes since the concerns and women

Endometriosis affects about 1 in 10 women in the United States, and nearly 40 percent of women with infertility appear to have Heart Disease

Cardiovascular disease remains the leading cause of death in the United States, and the No. 1 cause of death for women.

Breast Cancer
A woman has a one in eight chance of having breast cancer in her lifetime, but less than one in 10 of those women are born with a genetic predisposition for the disease.

Cervical Cancer
If you already have cervical cancer, you may find your doctor tells you that HPV was indeed the culprit. It isn’t always the case though, as cancer can happen anywhere and sometimes there are no reasons why. It just is. No matter what your source of cervical cancer may have been, the earlier you know it is a possibility, the sooner you can take care of the problem and live a cancer free life. Don’t just hope you don’t have a problem, do something about it. Your children and your grandchildren will be glad to have you around if you do.

Breast Implants
Varicose Veins
Drug Rehab
Stop Smoking
Colon Cancer
Prostate Cancer
Lung Cancer
Pancreatic Cancer
Skin Cancer
Ovarian Cancer
High Blood Pressure
Alternative Medicine
Sport Nutrition
Skin Care
Weight Loss
Sexually Transmitted Diseases
Women’s Sexual health
Lasik Eye Surgery
Natural Remedies