|Women's health is an issue which has been taken up by many feminists, especially where reproductive health is concerned. Woman has a significant impact on health, as a result of both biological and gender-related differences. The health of women and girls is of particular concern because, in many societies, they are disadvantaged by discrimination rooted in sociocultural factors.
A social view of health goes beyond the dominant biomedical model of health and illness or disease, and acknowledges that social, environmental, economic, biological and gender factors all influence health outcomes and quality of life.
Clinics in Mother and Child Health is a peer-reviewed, bimonthly, multidisciplinary journal that publishes research and review manuscripts related to women's health care and policy. e journal seeks to inform health services researchers, health care and public health professionals, social scientists, policymakers, and others concerned with women's health.
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