Fw: At Health FPN - Women's Issues

H. C. Covington (ach1@sprynet.com)
Sat, 13 Jun 1998 22:42:49 -0500


Friday's Progress Notes
Weekly mental health information
Vol. 2 Issue 25  -  June 12, 1998
Provided by At Health, Inc.
"Mental Health Resources"
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Distributed to over 3200 mental health professionals

THIS WEEK'S TOPIC:  WOMEN'S ISSUES

*****************SPONSORS**INFORMATION****************
This week's newsletter is sponsored by the:
Women's Institute for Incorporation Therapy
-treating female trauma survivors-
William B. Tollefson, Ph.D., Director
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Dear Colleagues,

Over the last several months, a number of you have written
to suggest the names of books you use in your practices or
recommend to patients/clients. Next week, we are going to
share some of those recommendations in the newsletter. If
others of you have some "favorites," please send them along.
<mailto:jlm@athealth.com>

Thanks.
Jack

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NEXT WEEK'S TOPIC.......... BOOKS FOR MENTAL HEALTH

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Web resources related to........  WOMEN'S ISSUES

MAYO HEALTH OASIS - WOMEN'S HEALTH RESOURCE CENTER
<http://www.mayohealth.org/mayo/common/htm/womenpg.htm>
This site includes questions answered by Mayo Clinic
physicians, reference articles, and a collection of articles
on women's health issues.

AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION COMPLETE GUIDE TO WOMEN'S HEALTH
<http://adhostnt.adhost.com/athealth/templates/Bk_Women.cfm>
This comprehensive guide covers health information on issues important
to women of all ages - from adolescents to mature adults. It is designed
to help women take charge of their health and communicate with their
health care providers. The guide includes information on such topics as
stress, pregnancy, menopause, cancer, osteoporosis, and heart disease.

APA MONITOR - Women who work hardest have less time for sleeping
<http://www.apa.org/monitor/nov96/sleep.html>
"Research has confirmed what working women have suspected for
years--they don't get enough sleep, particularly if they have family
responsibilities."

FAMILY VIOLENCE PREVENTION FUND
<http://www.fvpf.org/fund/>
FUND is a national non-profit organization that focuses on domestic
violence education, prevention and public policy reform. The FUND
compiles an up-to-date general fact sheet on domestic violence and
commissions public opinion studies.

SOCIETY FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF WOMEN'S HEALTH RESEARCH
<http://www.womens-health.org/factsheet.html>
The Society for the Advancement of Women’s Health Research is a
nonprofit advocacy organization dedicated to promoting the health of women
through research. The site includes links to "many of the organizations
which are involved both with the general women’s health field and
specific diseases and conditions (such as breast cancer, cardiovascular
diseases, and mental health)."

BETTER HEALTH - WOMEN'S HEALTH
<http://www.betterhealth.com/HK/SubjectMain/0,1344,196,00.html>
Site includes articles on such topics as diet and exercise,
diseases & disorders, cosmetic surgery, and infertility.

MINING COMPANY GUIDE - WOMEN'S HEALTH
<http://womenshealth.miningco.com/>
Freelance writer Tracee Comforth moderates this site, which
includes features about women's health issues, bulletin boards,
chat areas, and an online newsletter.

NATIONAL WOMEN'S HEALTH INFORMATION CENTER
<http://www.4woman.org/nwhic/index.htm>
The NWHIC site focuses on the health concerns of women. It has
information for the public, health care professionals, medical
researchers, educators, and women in the military.

LIFE IN THE REALISTIC LANE
<http://www.mayohealth.org/mayo/9801/htm/slowing.htm>
Article on how to reduce stress and work toward a more
balanced life.

US FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION
<http://vm.cfsan.fda.gov/~dms/wh-toc.html>
This page contains links to sites on women's health, nutrition,
and for women in different age categories.

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