EIWH Press Release: IDEAHL Project

EIWH Press Release 15 May 2024 Today saw the EIWH present the findings of their work in the IDEAHL project to the Young Women’s Health Group. Established in 2023, the Young Women’s Health Group was created to hear the voices of young women, as women of all ages deserve a health sector that supports them pro-actively across…

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Revisiting OECD EU Diabetes Report, 2020

Diabetes is chronic and continues increasing overall health risks Diabetes is a chronic condition  that mainly occurs when your body cannot regulate excessive glucose levels. If undiagnosed or poorly controlled, it will most likely result in various complications, including blndness, kidney failure and lower limb amputation. Diabetes increases risks of cardiovascular disease along with greater…

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Slow down your natural ageing clock now!

Univ. of Virginia, School of Medicine researchers discovery  – a key driver of chronic inflammation causing ageing to accelerate in human bodies.  This finding can potentially lead to a position where we could slow down our natural ageing clock  and so live longer,healthier lives, where many age related conditions like heart disease and devastating brain…

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Warning Signs for Elder Abuse During Care

Warning Signs  for Elder Abuse During Care It is estimated that about 16% of the elderly worldwide have been victims of abuse. There is not enough data about this internationally, particularly in less developed or developing countries in variosu parts of the world. The main advances in effect today to prevent abuse toward elders. Andrea…

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Event: Interplay of gender and mental health a Global health Issue

SAVE THE DATE! The European Institute of Women’s Health  & The European Psychiatric Association Interplay of Gender and Mental Health: A Global Health Issue! 12th September 2023 10- 11.30 am (CEST) Where: Zoom   Cost: FREE REGISTER NOW!   Join us for this exciting webinar Hosted by the European Institute of Women’s Health and the…

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Your occupational environment and increased ovarian cancer risk

Investigating employment in occupations or industry with specific occupational exposures to ovarian cancer risks. Methods In a population based case control study conducted in Montreal, Canada (2011–2016), lifetime occupational histories were collected for 491 cases of ovarian cancer and 897 controls. An industrial hygienist coded the occupation and industry of each participant’s job. Associations with…

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