The Encyclopedia of Women’s Health brings together the
knowledge and experience of professionals from a wide range of
fields including medicine, law, psychology, social work,
demography, education, epidemiology, dentistry, cosmetology,
massage, nutrition, physical fitness, history, and many others.
This broad foundation allows us to explore women’s health from
a bio-psycho-social perspective, and to consider the many facets
of women’s health and the many factors that impact women’s
health status. This e-book is intended as a reference both for
non-health professionals who wish to have a more in-depth
understanding of various topics, and for health professionals
searching for an introduction to fields outside of their own.