Suggested Reads about Women's Health
Women Pay Billions More in Out-of-Pocket Health Costs a Year
The report focused on working women, who analysts found pay as much as $15.4 billion more a year than men in out-of-pocket health care expenses. This spans age brackets, holding true for women 19 to 64.
Menstrual Discs Better Than Tampons, Pads for Heavy Periods: Study
A new study shows that innovative new period products like discs can hold more than two times as much as the most absorbent tampon, while period underwear holds just a fraction of what a pad can absorb.
Women Increasingly Dying of Alcohol-Related Causes
Researchers have known for several years that the sex gap related to alcohol use and complications is narrowing. Women are drinking more, engaging in more high-risk drinking, and increasingly developing alcohol use disorder.
U.S. Maternal Mortality Crisis Grows, Yet Deaths Seem Preventable
Heart conditions are on a long list of reasons why the United States has the highest maternal mortality rate of any developed country. But death rates are three times higher in Black women. And the troubling irony: An estimated 80% of these deaths are preventable.
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