The Deadliest Cancers: Breast and Ovarian Cancers to learn about the causes, risks, diagnosis, treatment Knowledge obtained from this workshop will serve to enlighten, and educate you staying on top of your health and that of your loved ones. This topic has never been as important as it is today.
The Annual Wellness check-up is an Annual ritual for Preventative Health maintenance for both Men and Women. However during this Covid-19 pandemic, many people have neglected this essential ritual. This workshop will serve to enlighten, and educate you about how to navigate the system, so that you can continue this annual live saving check-ups.
This workshop addresses the important strategies that should be undertaken by women experiencing infertility. What qualifies as infertility, the causes of infertility, some information on infertility in men, treatment and cures, etc. This workshop will offer hope and guidance to women, their husbands,
and their support systems.
The issue of menopause, to some, is one of the worst nightmares they’ve had. This workshop explores the stages of menopause (perimenopause, menopause, post-menopause), related symptoms, and management. Menopausal stages start as early as in your 30s, and symptoms vary. Some studies have reported up to 34 symptoms of menopause, which can occur over the years of the body’s changes. It’s no wonder certain health problems have been associated with menopause stages. Risk factors are not limited to heart disease, stroke, and osteoporosis.
This is not a gender specific workshop. Men are encouraged to attend, as their informed awareness of menopause symptoms will surely make them a great support partner, father, brother, friend, grandfather, step-father, etc.
Uterine fibroids are non-cancerous tumors that grow in the uterus. Fibroids can lead to a number of signs and symptoms including abdominal pain, excessive menstrual flow, abdominal enlargement, bloating, constipation, excessive urination, and anemia. Fibroids can lead to infertility.
Treatment of fibroids depends on whether the woman still wants to have children or has completed child-bearing. Many treatment options are available.