- Jane Fisher, Monash University
- Aleksandra Gentry-Maharaj, University College London
- Lorraine Greaves, British Columbia Centre of Excellence for Women's Health
- M. Tish Knobf, Yale University
- Beverly Leipert, The University of Western Ontario
- Riitta Luoto, UKK Institute for Health Promotion
- Marc Schwartz, Georgetown University
- Zephne van der Spuy, University of Cape Town
- Emily Crow, BioMed Central
Over half of Saudi female students have poor knowledge of physical changes during puberty and sexually transmitted diseases, suggesting that comprehensive sexual health education programs should be developed for this population.
Unmarried women facing single motherhood in Sri Lanka express fear of shame and striving for familial and societal acceptance and financial survival, suggesting that these women have a restricted ability to make acceptable and healthy choices for themselves and their children.
Bothersome menstrual symptoms, particularly disturbing vasomotor symptoms, occur with notable variability in frequency and severity among middle-aged women, suggesting that population-based studies are needed to estimate the symptom burden.
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