A Fully Revised And Updated Edition Of The Classic WomenaS Health Text New Dimensions In WomenaS Health: Sixth Edition Is A Comprehensive And Practical Text That Offers Students The Tools To Understand The Health Of Women Of All Cultures, Races, Ethnicities, Socioeconomic Backgrounds, And Sexual Orientations. The Fully Revised And Updated Sixth Edition Gives Women Critical Information Needed To Optimize Their Well-Being, Avoid Illness And Injury, And Support Their Health. Each Chapter Presents In-Depth Coverage Of An Important Aspect Of WomenaS Health And Examines The Contributing Epidemiological, Historical, Psycho-Social, Cultural, Ethical, Legal, Political, And Economic Influences. This Text Is Appropriate For Undergraduate Students Studying Health Education, Nursing, And WomenaS Studies As Well As Students In General Health Education Electives. Key Features: Discusses Exercise, Nutrition, And Weight Management. Explores Interpersonal And Social Dimensions Of WomenaS Health. Includes Quotes From Real Women, Which Offer Students Varied Perspectives, Opinions, And Thoughts From Women Of All Ages, Races, And Cultures. Profiles Of Remarkable Women Sections Highlight Individual Women Who Contributed To The Health And Well-Being Of Women. Topics For Discussion At The End Of Each Chapter Encourage Students To Consider Their Opinions On A Topic And To Explore The Philosophical Dimensions Surrounding Issues Of WomenaS Health. Addresses Issues Regarding Sexual Health And Sexuality, As Well As Sexual Violence As A Public Health Problem. Presents A Practical Approach To Understanding The Health Of All Women Inclusive Of Race, Ethnicity, Socioeconomic Status, Culture, And Orientation. Each Chapter Reviews An Important Dimension Of A WomanaS General Health And Examines The Contributing Epidemiological, Historical, Psychosocial, Cultural, Ethical, Legal, Political, And Economic Influences.to take them, and condoms may break or leak, especially if improperly stored or worn. Special Population: Adolescents A sexually active female teen who does not use a contraa ceptive has a 90% chance ofbecoming pregnant within a year. 26 Teens and young adults ... A few of the more common ones are summarized below: Myth: Birth control pills make a woman fat. ... A woman is usually not ovulating during her period, but sperm can live a long time inside a womana#39;s body andanbsp;...
|Title||:||New Dimensions in Women's Health|
|Author||:||Linda Lewis Alexander, William Alexander|
|Publisher||:||Jones & Bartlett Publishers - 2014|