For Women Only
The signs of a heart attack or a stroke are different in women than in men. Women have a higher risk of osteoporosis and, of course, breast cancer. And they’re more likely to suffer from constipation and muscle loss. Here’s what women need to know to stay strong and healthy. Available in both print and digital formats.
Health Information Just for Women It’s no secret that women are built differently than men. But many people don’t know that a heart attack or stroke may have different warning signs in a woman. Or that women are more likely than men to suffer from irregularity or to lose muscle and bone as they age. And of course, breast cancer is a leading cause of death only in women, and only women have to deal with the symptoms of menopause and its effects on sexual function. That’s why the editors at Nutrition Action Healthletter have put together this updated collection of NAH articles that spotlight health issues that matter to women. We feature advice from some of the top experts in women’s health like JoAnn Manson, professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School, and Bess Dawson-Hughes, director of the Bone Metabolism Laboratory at Tufts University. These women aren’t just authorities on the latest research—they’re leading it. We hope you’ll find For Women Only interesting, useful, and maybe even lifesaving. Act now to get this special report so you’ll immediately benefit from the latest proven research on women’s health and nutrition.