Although both men and women share similar health concerns, some issues specifically threaten women’s health. In view of the male and female biological differences, some health concerns like heart attacks and depression are higher in women than in men. As the month of May, which is Women’s Health Month in the United States, draws to an end, we are taking a look at a list of women’s health issues which affects women globally.
During puberty, girls gradually become women and they experience different physical and mental issues which could become life-threatening if left undiagnosed. But here is the positive twist: these conditions can be treated or managed properly depending on the said issue and how early it was detected.