The maternal mortality rate for Black women is approximately 294% higher than that for White women. This means that Black women face a nearly three times greater risk of dying in childbirth compared to their White counterparts.

Approximately 25% of women will experience a mental health issue at some point in their lives. Women are particularly vulnerable to certain conditions such as depression and anxiety, with rates significantly higher than those seen in men. This disparity can be attributed to a combination of hormonal fluctuations, social pressures, and the stress associated with balancing multiple roles in society.

Approximately 80% of women with endometriosis are initially misdiagnosed, and it can take up to seven years to receive a correct diagnosis. This alarming statistic highlights the need for greater awareness and improved diagnostic approaches in women’s health care.

One in three women die from cardiovascular disease or cancer. Despite the high impact of these diseases on women’s health, there is a notable disparity in research representation. Women only account for 33% of subjects in all heart disease studies and 38% of all subjects in cancer trials

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