Doody’s Review Service recently reviewed Epidemiology of Women's Health by Ruby T. Senie. According to reviewer, Cassandra N. Spracklen, BA, MS, from the University of Iowa College of Public Health, "no other book covers the breadth of topics this one does."
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"This is a broad overview of the many conditions that affect women's health, organized in a life-course approach.
The purpose is to identify and promote public health efforts that may lower premature morbidity and mortality among women by emphasizing avenues for health maintenance and identifying common causes of disease among American women. In addition, it is intended to provide undergraduate students, graduate students, and health professionals with a baseline understanding of many conditions that affect women's health. To date, there has been no other book that covers the vast amount of topics this book does to give a true overview of this field."