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UK launches revamped Women’s Health & You program to make good health an ongoing priority

By Ann Coker Special to KyForward Health conditions and medications affect women’s bodies differently than men’s, so it’s important that we understand the specifics of women’s health. Heart attacks often present differently in women than men, for example. And we’re learning that medication, such as the common sleep aid Ambien, is metabolized in women’s bodies differently than in men, meaning...