The Correlation Between Women and Poverty: A Comprehensive Paper

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The Correlation Between Women and Poverty: A Comprehensive Paper
Abstract
This is a comprehensive paper about women’s health and its correlation with poverty. This paper focuses on women and poverty all over the world, not just in the United States. There are factors that contribute to women’s health from being victims of poverty like mental illness, lack of access to health facilities, lack of access to quality health care, working in hazardous working conditions, having inadequate health coverage, and preferring non-traditional forms of medical treatment that is not reliable instead of professional medical care. To combat the issue of women and poverty, there should be programs that address gender inequities and lack of access that...
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