Women's health / Lynn M. Zott, book editor.
Contributor(s): Zott, Lynn M. (Lynn Marie).Material type: TextSeries: Opposing viewpoints series (Unnumbered): Publisher: Farmington Hills, Mich. : Greenhaven Press, a part of Gale, Cengage Learning, Copyright date: ©2015Description: 223 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 23 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780737766684; 0737766689; 9780737766691; 0737766697.Subject(s): Women -- Health and hygieneDDC classification: 613/.04244 Other classification: JNF052000 | JNF053000 | JNF023000
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Ch. 1. What is the relationship between politics and women's health? The Republican Party's policies threaten women's health and personal freedom / Andrea Flynn -- The Democratic Party's policies threaten women's health and personal freedom / Meghan Clyne -- Both parties use divisive views on women's health issues to distract voters / Renee Parsons -- Political attacks on planned parenthood are a threat to women's health / Scientific American -- Planned parenthood: making a killing / Tony Perkins -- Planned Parenthood's stance on abortion makes its preventive services vulnerable to political pressure / Dominic A. Carone -- ch. 2. $t What should be the role of religion in women's health care policy? Religion has a legitimate role in decisions about women's health care policies / Michael McConnell -- Religion should have no role in decisions about women's health care policies / National Women's Law Center -- Contraceptive coverage protects women's health / Guttmacher Institute -- Conscience protection laws preserve religious freedom and do not endanger women's health / Denise M. Burke and Anna Franzonello -- The birth control coverage mandate violates religious freedom and reduces women's access to care / Jeff Fortenberry -- The birth control coverage mandate does not violate religious freedom and increases women's access to care / Nitzan Weizmann -- The public good is more important than religious objections to birth control coverage / Jodi Jacobson -- ch. 3. What clinical concerns impact women's health? US Preventive Services Task Force Mammography Guidelines put more women at risk / Elisa Rush Port -- New guidelines did not change mammography rates / Genevra Pittman -- Over-the-counter birth control would pose risks / Morgan Greenwald -- Birth control pills should be available over the counter and still covered by insurance / Britt Wahlin -- ch. 4. What are key health issues that affect US servicewomen? The Department of Defense has made progress on providing health care for deployed servicewomen / US Government Accountability Office -- Better provisions for specialized care are needed for deployed servicewomen / Women's Health Assessment Team -- Servicewomen are more likely than servicemen to develop post-traumatic stress disorder / Bari Walsh -- Servicewomen are not more likely than servicemen to develop post-traumatic stress disorder / Dawne Vogt et al. -- Servicewomen have access to benefits and treatment for military sexual trauma / US Department of Veterans Affairs -- Servicewomen are routinely denied access to benefits and treatment for military sexual trauma / Molly O'Toole -- Organizations to contact.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.