Women's Health is a Subset of Public Health, with its Own Focus, Agendan
Posted by coherent market insights on February 23rd, 2021
Women's health is a subset of public health, with its own focus, agenda, and monitoring system. The scope and quality of healthcare for women have come a long way over the past few decades. Advancements in preventive care, treatment for serious illness, women's health rehabilitation products, and access to quality health care in rural communities are all facets of the healthcare movement for women. In addition to expanding treatment options, these programs have helped to reduce health spending by encouraging better nutritional choices and creating better environments for good health. Programs also have helped to raise the profile of older women who are at the greatest risk for conditions that can affect their long-term health and that affect their family's health.
Despite these strides in overall health, women are still facing issues that can negatively impact their health and that can make it more difficult for them to be successful in achieving healthy living. These issues include preventable causes of death, such as heart disease, cancer, and other conditions. They also include, poverty and social inequities, such as higher rates of poverty among women than men and access to healthcare that is inconsistent across states. These factors make it more difficult for women to get .
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