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Sites listed here and in the subcategories will contain largely non-commercial information about one or more aspects of menstruation. Commercial sites (such as those for drug companies or health services) may be suitable additions to the category if they contain significant unique information that does not focus on the product or service.
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Nutritional information geared toward women.
Sites listed here will represent membership-based groups and organizations, not clinics, University departments, institutes, teaching or research centers. These belong elsewhere, so please search the directory for the appropriate category.
Women's health organizations include professional associations for those who work with the health issues of women; groups that gather and disseminate health information specifically for women; advocacy groups and other relevant bodies.
This category lists sites about pelvic exam and pap test procedures, including diagnosis and possible treatments.
Sites listed here will provide comprehensive, original and reliable information on women's health in general.

Sites for products or companies do NOT belong here. If they have online sales to consumers they belong in Shopping/Health/, otherwise they belong in Business/Healthcare/Products_and_Services/.

Sites listed here will provide comprehensive, original and reliable information on women's health in general.

Sites for products or companies do NOT belong here. If they have online sales to consumers they belong in Shopping/Health/, otherwise they belong in Business/Healthcare/Products_and_Services/.

Sites on women and smoking, effects of smoking specific to women, tobacco industry targeting of women in promotion and marketing, women's smokefree advocacy.
Sites listed here will represent support networks with a physical address and/or a web presence. Those with a physical address may also be submitted to the relevant Regional subcategory.
These groups, communities, or meeting places provide an opportunity for people with a common experience (such as a condition or disease, or a care-giving role) to share their concerns, and to seek and offer information and advice.
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