Aging, Systemic Disease and Oral Health: Implications for Women Worldwide (Part II)

Aging, System Disease and Oral Health: Implications for Women Worldwide (ce330) - introduction
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Introduction – Aging, Systemic Disease and Oral Health

Aging, Systemic Disease and Oral Health: Implications for Women Worldwide (Part II) highlights research related to women and stroke, rheumatoid arthritis and depression. Women have shown disproportionate outcomes from medical conditions in measures of prevention, diagnosis, prevalence, incidence as well as response to treatments. Their culture, education, and, most importantly, access to care have placed female populations worldwide at potential risk for adverse disease outcomes. (This is Part 2 of a 2-part series on women, aging and oral health. Part 1 is available in the CE library.)

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  • Ms. Hughes had done consulting work for P&G.
  • Ms. Goldie reports no conflicts of interest associated with this course.


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