Hypothyroidism is a common endocrine disorder affecting nearly 2 in 100 women. Primary hypothyroidism can be diagnosed and effectively managed by primary care providers.
February 2021 Vol. 9 No. 1
BOlder Women’s Health Coalition: A call to action
Many female baby boomers envision healthy aging in a way that differs from that of previous generations.
Cervical cancer prevention: Review of the past, present, and future
No longer should anyone living in the United States die from cervical cancer because this cancer is preventable.
Menstrual suppression in an adolescent with intellectual disability
What should the NP know about menstruation in girls with intellectual disability?
Structured contraceptive counseling with shared decision making: Effects of implementation at a university student health and wellness clinic
Women in their 20s experience the highest occurrence of unintended pregnancy, accounting for 55% of all cases.
Updates in Adult Female Acne
Acne vulgaris is one of the most commonly treated dermatologic diseases in adult females, but treatment selection and patient education should be tailored specifically to this population.