Women's health refers to health issues specific to the female anatomy. These often relate to structures such as female genitalia and breasts or to conditions caused by hormones in women. Women's health issues include menstruation, contraception, maternal health, child birth, menopause and breast cancer.
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Some health and medical research advocates, particularly the Society for Women's Health Research in the United States, define women's health more broadly than issues specific to human female anatomy to include areas where biological sex differences between women and men exist.
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Research has demonstrated significant biological differences between the sexes in rates of susceptibility, symptoms and response to treatment in many major areas of health, including heart disease and some cancers.