Women's Health: Body, Mind, Spirit : an Integrated Approach to Wellness and Illness

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Prentice Hall, 2004 - Health & Fitness - 602 pages
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User-friendly and self explanatory, this book provides readers with essential information about women's health: how to promote it, the societal factors that so greatly impact it, and how to choose wisely among the wide-range of health care modalities available. Its versatile yet comprehensive coverage addresses the physical, mental and spiritual aspects of health, and offers concrete guidelines for promoting wellness and recognizing illness. Chapter topics include nutrition, substance abuse, environmental toxins, rest and exercise, stress, relationships, thyroid disease, sexual wellness and illness, pregnancy and childbearing, menopause and peri-menopause, violence against women, and much more. For individuals thinking of the nursing profession as a career, and women's health concerns as a priority. Previously announced in the 12/01 catalog.

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Contents

Modern Insights
10
Women Working for Change
16
Introduction
22
Copyright

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Marian C. Condon, RN, D.Ed., HNC teaches in the Department of Nursing at York College, in York, Pennsylvania. She offers courses on Women's Health to students and health care professionals. Dr. Condon is a member of the National Association for Research on Women, the Society for Women's Health Research and the National Wellness Association. She holds a doctoral degree in Adult Education and certification in Holistic Nursing.

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