WOMEN RELATED DISEASES: CAUSES AND CONSEQUENCES

Total pages: 18pages

Chapters: 4chapters

PREFACE

This term paper looks at the woman health and most common diseases in women.

Chapter one introduces the topic and talks on women and infectious diseases such as HIV/AIDS and some others.

Chapter two talks on vagina infection: the symptoms, causes, treatment and ways of preventing it.

Chapter three talks on breast cancer: the symptoms, causes and consequences.

Chapter four concludes the whole discussion on women related diseases.

 

 

TABLE OF CONTENTS

CHAPTER ONE:  WOMEN AND INFECTIOUS DISEASES

1.1 INTRODUCTION

1.2 HIV AND AIDS IN WOMEN

1.3 MALARIA IN WOMEN

1.4 OTHER INFECTIOUS DISEASES IN WOMEN

CHAPTER TWO: VAGINA INFECTIONS

2.1 DEFINITION AND FACTS ABOUT VAGINA INFECTIONS

2.2 SYMPTOMS OF VAGINA INFECTIONS

2.3 WHAT CAUSES A VAGINA INFECTION?

2.4 TREATMENT FOR VAGINA INFECTIONS

2.5 HOW TO PREVENT VAGINA INFECTION

CHAPTER THREE: BREAST CANCER

3.1 INTRODUCTION

3.2 SYMPTOMS

3.3 CAUSES

3.4 TREATMENT

CHAPTER FOUR: CONCLUSION AND REFERENCES

4.1 CONCLUSION

REFERENCES

CHAPTER ONE

WOMEN AND INFECTIOUS DISEASES

1.1 INTRODUCTION

Social, economic, environmental, and demographic changes during the 20th century have affected the health of women. Many of the changes have benefited women’s health, but some have had deleterious effects. Infectious diseases pose an especially formidable threat to women, claiming >15 million lives around the globe each year (1). For many infectious diseases, women are at higher risk and have a more severe course of illness than men for many reasons, including biologic differences, social inequities, and restrictive cultural norms. These are often the same factors responsible for the disproportionate disease incidence among vulnerable populations throughout the world. Efforts to recognize and reduce health disparities among women have particular relevance for global health.

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