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3D Ultrasound

THE USE OF THREE-DIMENSIONAL ULTRASOUND IN GYNAECOLOGY ABSTRACT Three-dimensional (3D) ultrasound’s impact in gynaecology has been very gradual unlike in obstetrics where it is a fast growing modality. This is due to the added expense of introducing a new technology when two-dimensional (2D) sonography is already a valid diagnostic tool, and also because the benefits […]

Pages: 39 Words: 11821 Topics: Women'S Health

Breastfeeding

Every year, approximately 4 million babies are born in the United States. This means that every year, approximately 8 million breasts are swollen with Mother Nature’s own ambrosia, ready to start our children down the path to a healthy and well-adjusted life. Having a child is the most natural thing in the world to most […]

Pages: 1 Words: 429 Topics: Breastfeeding, Childhood, Children, Family, Human Development, Mother, Motherhood, Public Health, Women'S Health
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No Different than Murder

Abortion: No Different Than Murder By Emily Dedert English 102 John Wood Community College Professor Fodor 11/16/2008 There are approximately 3,700 unborn children that die a day in the United States. These deaths are not due miscarriages or stillbirths because they are no accidents. These deaths are intentional and deliberate due to abortions. Abortion is […]

Pages: 6 Words: 1783 Topics: Abortion, Birth Control, Human Sexuality, Murder, Pregnancy, Public Health, Reproductive Rights, Women'S Health

Artifical Womb

Imagine, the next time you want to have a child there might not be a need for a mother, at least her womb. Science is coming up with a way to eliminate the need for a mothers’ womb or a sergeant mother, in what they are calling “the new fashioned way”: growing the embryo in […]

Pages: 3 Words: 884 Topics: Anatomy, Children, Maternal Health, Motherhood, Women'S Health

Hormones and Birth Control

Approximately sixty-two percent of women in the United States use contraception. Among the sixty-two percent of women, twenty-eight percent of them use birth control pills (Jones, Mosher, & Daniels, 2012). Contraceptives, more commonly referred to as birth control, contain estrogen and progestin hormones which ultimately prevent pregnancy. These hormones avert ovulation from occurring. It also […]

Pages: 2 Words: 696 Topics: Birth Control, Endocrine System, Puberty, Public Health, Reproductive System, Women'S Health

Oral Birth Control and the Catholic Church

Oral birth control is something that is commonly used in today’s society. It has many different uses besides being used as a contraceptive. Oral birth control is prescribed by many doctors to treat and cure certain medical disease, usually pertaining to the uterus. However, the use of this product is a controversial topic when it […]

Pages: 4 Words: 1281 Topics: Birth Control, Endocrine System, Puberty, Public Health, Women'S Health

The Birth Control Pill

Margaret Sanger is the influencer behind the infamous birth control pill. Margaret was a nurse, and through her work she “treated a number of women who had undergone back-alley abortions or tried to self-terminate their pregnancies” (britannica). This inspired her to create and fight for the approval of birth control pills. Her main goal was […]

Pages: 2 Words: 568 Topics: Birth Control, Family Planning, Gender Equality, Human Overpopulation, Human Sexuality, Public Health, Women'S Health

Controversy Surrounding Birth Control

There have been many controversies surrounding the topic of birth control. While there are multiple different forms of birth control, however, only some forms seem to be more controversial over the others. Those controversies to be discussed in the following paper will focus on whether pharmacists should or shouldn’t be allowed to refuse to fill […]

Pages: 5 Words: 1465 Topics: Birth Control, Health Care, Human Sexuality, Pharmacy, Public Health, Reproductive Rights, Women'S Health

Is Birth Control Worth It?

Birth control has been around since 1960. It became a hit in 1962, three years later in 1963 the use doubled by American women. Birth control has one major benefit no pregnancies, but there are also lots of downfalls to the pill and other birth control methods. The side effects that the pill is caused […]

Pages: 3 Words: 1009 Topics: Birth Control, Cancer, Endocrine System, Human Sexuality, Puberty, Public Health, Women'S Health

Should Birth Control be Illegal in the United States?

Should birth control be illegal in the United States? One of the most controversial topics in today’s society benefits women more than they might think. So for all those years you don’t want to be pregnant, choosing a highly effective method of contraception can also be a smart move toward a healthier future. Birth control […]

Pages: 2 Words: 720 Topics: Birth Control, Endocrine System, Pregnancy, Puberty, Public Health, Reproductive System, Women'S Health

Birth Control Around the World

For over some decades now, birth control has been put into the world. Many people still wonder today if it’s safe, are the effects on your body worth it and does it really prevent pregnancy. The women’s right revolution played a big part in developing safe methods over the years for women who choose to […]

Pages: 4 Words: 1213 Topics: Birth Control, Human Sexuality, Pregnancy, Puberty, Public Health, Women'S Health
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