Feature: Women's Health
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Give women more control of their unique health needs

Some health guidance is universal, at least on the surface: eat well, exercise, reduce stress and listen to your body.

But for women to maintain wellness, they -- and their doctors -- must pay attention to unique needs. Some are a result of women's biology. Others stem from differing cultural expectations, medical bias or a lack of research.

Here are some things to keep in mind:

  • For decades, women were all but excluded from clinical trials and even today much remains unknown about how they might react differently to medications. This could be compounded for minority groups, who also are underrepresented in research populations.

  • A related challenge is that research often lags on understanding how even common drugs affect fetal development, complicating pregnancy decisions.

  • Parental depression is prevalent, but the medical community lacks a comprehensive strategy to treat depressed mothers and to prevent problems in their children.

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Despite a lack of testing, 5G is being rolled out nationwide.

5G networks will be substantially different than the networks currently in use. 4G uses up to 6 GHz, 5G will use frequencies between 24 GHz and 100 GHz, known as millimeter-wave frequencies.These smaller waves are more easily blocked by trees, buildings, and other objects, which requires erecting many "small cell" towers to support the network.

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