Visit our women’s health section for information on how to prevent and treat some of the illnesses and health issues that affect women.
Sorry, no matches for your search on
Here are a few tips to help you find what you are looking for:
- Check the spelling
- Avoid abbreviations
- Search only for one or two terms
- Try with different words or broader terms
Please feel free to use the main search bar located at the top right of the page for more in depth search results.
Our most recent advices
Breast cancer: beyond the pink ribbon
You probably know someone who has suffered from breast cancer; indeed, one out of nine women will be affected by this disease in her lifetime. Because early diagnosis is associated with a higher rate of survival, knowing more about breast cancer is undoubtedly a healthy move. Read
4 exams recommended for women
Even if you feel well, you should be regularly screened for common illnesses. It’s recommended that all women take the following tests to detect and treat diseases before they cause serious consequences. Read
How to reduce dark spots?
Like our garments, over time, our skin accumulate spots that can become unsightly. Let’s look at this phenomenon closely! Read
Red, swollen nose, thick and bumpy skin… that is often the image that comes to mind when we hear the word “rosacea”. Here is some information to help demystify this rather common skin disease. Read
6 ways to deal with menopause daily
Along with puberty and pregnancy, menopause is one of the major turning points in a woman’s life. Marking the end of fertility, menopause causes many distressing changes. Read
Female sexual dysfunction or sexual problems in women
Did you know that out of every known health condition today, none is as widespread as female sexual dysfunction? Strangely, we don’t often hear about this problem, which actually affects the lives of 30 to 50% of women. Now is the time to break the silence! Read