Technology Trends in Women's Health (Technical Insights)

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In almost all parts of the world, women live longer than men. The exact cause behind the differential between male and female life expectancy is uncertain, but it appears to be partly explained by biological advantages and partly by environmental and behavioral factors. However, as women outlive men, they are more prone to suffering from ill health and other age related diseases. It has been observed that women healthcare especially in less-developed settings remain largely confined to reproductive matters, particularly maternal health. However, the population is also prone to suffering from other diseases such as osteoporosis, which is the most widespread among disorders affecting women’s health; urinary tract infections (UTIs), anemia, etc.
This research service is therefore a study on the technology trends in the arena of Women’s Health. For the scope of the study, women health has been categories into two categories namely, women health nutrients and women health imaging.

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