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Hair Loss (Alopecia) and Cancer Treatment

support  coping  side effect  cancer treatment  hair loss  alopecia 

Hair loss, also called alopecia, is a side effect of cancer treatments, such as chemotherapy and radiation therapy. Learn how to cope with and manage hair loss. Listen to tips from others who have experienced hair loss.

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Sexual assault

support  counselor  domestic violence  rape  sexual assault  Women’s health  consent  sexual activity  alcohol and drugs 

Sexual assault is any type of sexual activity you don’t consent to. Learn what to do if it happens to you.

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How to help a friend who is being abused

support  anxiety  depression  abuse  domestic violence  Women’s health  safety plan  welfare check 

Learn what to say and do, and what not to say and do, to help a friend who is being abused.

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Reproductive health and mental health

exercise  pregnancy  support  depression  nutrition  medication  sleep  breastfeeding  physical activity  women's health  mental health  menopause  reproductive health  perimenopause  hormones  menstrual cycle  eating disorders  bipolar disorder  mood swings 

Learn ways to help your mental and reproductive health from the Office on Women’s Health.

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How do I know if I have a mental health condition?

treatment  support  anxiety  therapy  depression  medication  suicide  medicines  mental health  antidepressants  Women’s health  Substance Abuse  schizophrenia  bipolar disorder  drug and alcohol abuse  hopelessness  mood swings  Mental health condition  sadness  phobia 

Is what you’re feeling “normal”? Learn about symptoms and when to talk to a mental health professional.

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Get help now

support  help  depression  suicide  abuse  distress  women's health  trauma  mental health  child abuse  domestic violence  sexual assault  Women’s health  Postpartum depression  eating disorders  abuse survivors  trauma survivors  crisis  bipolar disorder  eating disorder 

Find resources from the Office on Women’s Health to help you find support, guidance, and help if you are concerned about your mental health or the mental health of someone you love.

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Pregnancy loss

pregnancy  support  loss  counseling  miscarriage  Women’s health  pregnancy loss  stillbirth  PCOS  Polycystic ovary syndrome  placenta  fetus  grief counselor 

If you have lost your baby, you know how devastating and painful this loss can be. You might wonder if you'll ever have a baby to hold and call your own. But surviving the emotional impact of pregnancy loss is possible.

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Support for Patients and Families

support  registry  clinical trials  disease registry  advocacy  support groups  Genetic Disorders  non-profit/community and advocacy organizations  rare diseases  Rare disorders  Genetic Disease  Patient Advocacy  family support 

Individuals and families affected by rare medical conditions might look to nonprofit support and advocacy groups for different reasons. Some may want to find other people who understand how having the condition affects their lives. Others are searching for medical information, treatment options, the latest research, or financial aid resources. This guide will help you learn more about the different types of information and services offered by nonprofit support and advocacy groups.

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Program Evaluation Steps

health  evaluation  resources  disease  leadership  steps  support  center  program  programs  CDC  control  planning  routine  public  improve  centers  tools  model  performance 

Program evaluation is essential to public health. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention sets standards for evaluation, develops evaluation tools and resources, and provides support for evaluation capacity-building.

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