Women’s Health Bulletin

  • ISSN: 2382-9990 2345-5136
  • Email: editor@womenshealthbulletin.com
  • Journal Type: per-article | Frequency: quarterly
  • Language: EN
  • Organization: Women’s Health Bulletin
Women’s Health Bulletin: Jan 2018, 5 (1), 7 articles.
Review Article
9/12/2017
Mary V. Seeman
Mental health professionals interact with substantial numbers of parents, mainly mothers, who suffer from severe mental disorders and who are treated, acutely or chronically, with antipsychotic medication. The behavior of these clients is affected by their primary illness but also by many other factors, including their drug ... read more
Research Article
9/12/2017
Fatemeh Ghodrati, Narjes Saadatmand, Marzieh Akbarzadeh
Substance abuse results in multiple complications for both the mother and the fetus during pregnancy.The present study aimed at evaluating the frequency of mothers’ addiction in legal abortion with fetal causes in Fars forensic centers.This was a descriptive-analytical study with a sample size of 1664. The data ... read more
Research Article
10/12/2017
Shirin Shahbazi, Lida Moghaddam-Banaem
Postpartum pyrexia results from various causes with bacterial infection heading the list. However, there are many other possible causes such as bleeding. Congenital deficiency of the coagulation factors causes inherited coagulopathies most of which are rare. Following delivery, the reduction in coagulation factors puts these mothers at ... read more
Research Article
10/12/2017
Shiva Rafatie, Maryam Rabiee, Shabnam Golmohammadie, Shahrzad Hadavand
Work related factors have been suggested to adversely impact outcomes of pregnancy. The aims of this study were to compare neonatal birth weight in employed and non-employed women and to investigate the relation of 5 common occupational factors including working hours, shift work, standing, bending forward, and ... read more
Research Article
13/12/2017
Sara Mozafari, Isaac Rahimian Boogar, Siavash Talepasand, Farahnaz Ghahreman Fard
Breast cancer as a chronic disease is associated with many physical and psychological problems that necessitate the use of psychological treatments.This study was aimed to investigate the efficacy of meaning-centered psychotherapy on existential anxiety and fear of cancer recurrence in breast cancer survivors.In a randomized controlled clinical ... read more
Research Article
13/12/2017
Azadeh Amiri, Giti Setoodeh, Seyyede Fatemeh Sajjadi
Job stress is a psycho-social stress that is created as a result of harsh working conditions and effects individuals’ performance and physical and mental health. In fact, many mental and psychological health problems are directly related to job stress. Stress at the workplace could even create disabilities ... read more
Letter
18/12/2016
Viroj Wiwanitkit