Health and Human Services Secretary, an annual report to Congress on the quality of care to submit and access for women with CVD. In addition, the measure would expand eligibility criteria all 50 U.S. States for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the WISEWOMAN screening program for low-income, underinsured uninsured women. Currently, the program is in only 20 states. Unfortunately, the majority of women and even some are unfamiliar with are unfamiliar with the symptoms, diagnoses, and risk of heart disease in women, gender-specific analysis The heart is help for women Act, educate women and their doctors, access to screening for women, and expand gender-specific analysis and research to fight this are better equipped to fight this disease and save lives.
Lead researcher, said Mark Meyerhoff and team found that about 5 percent of diabetes diabetes. With rising levels of obesity worldwide, the number of patients with type 2 diabetes is to significantly rise.Continue reading