Diabetes (Type 1, 2, and Gestational)
Heart Attack (Myocardial Infarction)
Health Promotion and Prevention
Wellness in Women of Color
Join Johns Hopkins nephrologist Deidra Crews as she discusses the chronic disease burden among the underrepresented and the role gender plays in the care and outcomes of these chronic diseases. She will explore effective strategies for achieving wellness for non-Caucasian populations.
The discussion is part of an all-day conference, A Woman's Journey, on Saturday, Nov. 5, 2016 at the Hilton in Baltimore.
Sign up to attend this women's health event.
If you're a woman, this is the place to learn about the anatomy, functions, and systems of your body. Labeled medical illustrations and simple definitions are provided. Learn ways to keep your body healthy, including monitoring breast and gynecological health, heart health, and mental health.
Many different diseases and conditions affecting women require the care of a health care provider. Knowledge of a condition's symptoms, risk factors, prevention approaches, diagnostic tests/procedures, and available treatments all help you make more informed health care choices.
One thing you can count on throughout your adult years is that you will have continually changing medical needs.