Users will find excellent resources for a wide variety of health topics specifically for women. Keep up to date with the latest developments in women's health by also visiting our "In the News" section. Please note: The information provided here is designed to support, not replace, the relationship that exists between a woman and her physician.
Overcoming Urinary Incontinence (616.62 SAF)
Many women who experience bladder problems suffer in silence. This book will explain the many options available to you.
So Stressed : The Ultimate Stress Relief Plan For Women (616.980082 McCl)
this book defines the four different stress-response types in women, how to identify which type you are and how you can then learn to deal with the stress in your life.
The Essential Guide To Hysterectomy (618.1453 Str)
Advice from a gynecologist on your choices before, during, and after surgery.
The Centre for Women's Health
13291 Yonge Street
Richmond Hill L4E 4L6
The Natural Health Bible For Women (613.04244 Gle)
The complete guide for women of all ages.
The New Harvard Guide to Women's Health (616.0082 CAR )
The guide's major focus is on diseases and disorders of the female reproductive system and how diseases common to both sexes may manifest themselves differently in women.
The Strong Women's Guide To Total Health (613.04244 Nel)
This book offers a complete picture of the broad spectrum of issues that impact women's health.
The Triple Whammy Cure (613.04244 EDE)
For all those women who feeling achy, depressed, exhausted, have low energy, and are forgetful or anxious for no apparent reason, comes a clinically proven treatment by an eminent internist and recognized pioneer in complimentary medicine for women.
Women's Health Encyclopedia (613.0424 Wom)
A balanced approach to looking after your body.
Women's Health For Life (616.0082 Wom)
essential medical advice, written by women for women!
YSM Body Bible (613.7045 Hed)
A mum's guide to health, fitness and positive living.
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