Advocates of women health in the United States have been fighting for the restoration of the budget cuts in funding for their health. They now have an opportunity to rejoice as the authorities have restored the critical funding that will provide access to low and middle-income women to health care.
Almost sixty-four percent of American women are more independent than they were five years ago. The biggest progress is seen in their careers (65%), education (55%), and politics (46%). However, when a survey was undertaken almost half the women (47%) felt that the society puts a higher value to the health of the American men Read more