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Nutrion Health Meet 2020
ME Conferences is gratified to welcome you to be a part of Nutrition Health Meet 2020 Webinar going to be scheduled on December 07-08, 2020. This Nutrition Health Meet 2020 Webinar will focus on the theme “How women nourish their life” that provides a global platform to discuss about the present and future challenges across Breast Cancer, Reproductive Health, Family Planning, Fatigue and Dementia etc. Nutrition Health Meet 2020 provides you with a unique opportunity to meet up with peers from both academic circle and industries level belonging to Pregnancy Nutrition and have been designed in an interdisciplinary manner with a multitude of tracks to choose from every segment and it explore creative technologies regarding Gynecology & Obstetrics and Chronic diseases at the universal scale and aims to accomplish the targeted scientific sessions and recent advancements in the field of Breast and Cervical Cancer. The goal of this conference is to deliver an outstanding program for exchange of ideas and authoritative views by leading professionals which covers the entire research related HIV and AIDS and beyond to confront the most challenging dilemmas in healthcare - and uncover new solutions.
Why to attend
Nutrition Health Meet 2020 is the platform where you can conflict experts, authorities and CROs from around the world. It’s your time to grab the opportunity to join Nutrition Health Meet 2020 in a group of Speakers, discussion, Delegate, Poster, video proposal, Business Meetings, Networking and extra benefits for our Event Sponsor. The most recent approaches, upgrades, exchanging new ideas and research updates in Depression & Anxiety in Women are signs of this webinar. The webinar welcomes representatives from every educational institutes, clinical examination authority and symptomatic organizations to contribute their researches, giving a showcase of the new Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) procedures. It fills the gap between individuals and enterprises committed to advancing impactful innovations.
- Gynecological Pathologist
- Women’s Cardiologists
- Infertility specialists
- Heads of the Obstetrics & Gynecology Departments
- Nursing scholars
- Students of Medicine Disciplines
- Upcoming Researcher
- Directors of Maternity Hospitals
- Family Medicine Physicians and General practitioners
- Health care systems and Hospitals
- Clinical Toxicologists
- IVF Associations and Societies
- Societies of Andrology and Gynecology
- Obstetrics Community
- Health Care Professionals
- Directors of Women’s Nutrition Health and Fitness or related Programs or Associations
- Heads, Deans and Professors of Gynecology
Nutrition is important for growth and development, health and well-being. Eating a healthy food contributes to preventing future illness and death. Dietary factors are associated with leading causes of death among women, such as coronary heart disease, some types of cancer, stroke, and type 2 diabetes mellitus. Essential nutrients include protein, carbohydrate and fat in varying amounts, and electrolytes. In females, required components of nutrition are affected by specific states of the body such as pregnancy and lactation, what our diet consists of, and any existing diseases (eg. breast cancer or weakened bones known as osteoporosis). Malnutrition poses a variety of threats to women. It weakens women’s ability to survive childbirth, makes them more susceptible to infections, and leaves them with fewer reserves to recover from illness. HIV-infected mothers who are malnourished may be more likely to transmit the virus to their infants and to experience a more rapid transition from HIV to full-blown AIDS. Malnutrition reduces women’s productivity, capacity to generate income, and ability to care for their families.
- Physical fitness
- Mental health
- Getting active
- Healthy eating
Track 2: Global Women Health Status
The burden of disease and public health issues influencing girls and women throughout their lives is crucially greater in resource-poor settings. These women and girls suffer from high rates of maternal mortality, obstetric fistulas, female genital cutting, HIV/AIDS, malaria in pregnancy, and cervical cancer. Although the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) are being met in some nations, the majority of the goals will not be reached by 2015. In addition, insufficient attention is given to non-communicable and chronic diseases such as diabetes, hypertension, hypercholesterolemia, cardiovascular diseases, stroke, obesity, and chronic respiratory diseases. A life-course approach that includes advancements in earlier-life factors such as diet and exercise is necessary to improve women's long-term health outcomes. Innovative diagnostic equipment and treatment procedure along with cost-effective health service delivery systems are needed to make an important impact on women's and girls' health worldwide.
- Female genital cutting
- Maternal mortality
Track 3: Prenatal and Childhood Nutrition
Prenatal nutrition is the nutrient recommendations before and during pregnancy. Nutrition and weight management before and during pregnancy has an extreme effect on the development of infants. This is a time for healthy development since infants depend heavily on maternal stores and nutrient for best growth and health outcome later in life. Prenatal nutrition has a strong effect on birth weight and further development of the infant. Prenatal care is the area period of care you get even as pregnant, prenatal care, also known as antenatal care, is a type of preventive healthcare. Schedule a prenatal go to as soon as you think which you are pregnant. Childhood nutrition requires making sure that children eat healthy foods to help them develop and grow normally, as well as to prevent obesity and future disease. The approach to good childhood nutrition is to follow suggestions based on diet guidelines that are appropriate for a child's age and development level and that have been developed and recommended by government, research, and medical professionals.
- Barker's hypothesis
- Pedersen's hypothesis
- Toddlers & preschoolers
- Prenatal exposure
- Malnourished child
Track 4: Pregnancy Nutrition
Good nutrition during pregnancy is very essential for your baby to grow and develop. During pregnancy it is important that you eat a healthy and balanced diet so you can provide the developing baby with everything it needs. A woman's body absorbs more nutrients from food than usual while pregnant, so eating a variety of foods will ensure you and your baby get the right balance of vitamins and nutrients. During pregnancy you are required to take quality food rather than quantity. During pregnancy they should take highly nutritious foods to eat, dairy Products. During pregnancy, you need to take more protein and calcium to meet the needs of the growing fetus
- Sweet potatoes
- Broccoli and dark, leafy greens
- Lean meat
- Fish liver oil
Track 5: Malnutrition
Malnutrition results from imbalance between the needs of the body’s and the intake of nutrients. Women never reach their full growth possibility due to nutritional poverty. Malnutrition in women is related to poverty, absence of development, lack of awareness and illiteracy. In the current study, percentage wise malnourished females are 25.2% as compared to males (20.2%). A wide variety of development actions are needed to improve their food security and nutrition of women. Malnutrition occurs when the body doesn't get enough nutrients. Causes including a poverty, digestive conditions or another disease. Symptoms are fatigue, dizziness and weight loss. Untreated malnutrition can cause physical or mental disability.
- Body mass index
- Weight loss
Track 6: Impact of Nutritional Deficiency
The body requires many different proteins, minerals and vitamins that are crucial for both body development and preventing disease. Vitamins and minerals they are often referred to as micronutrients. They aren’t making naturally in the body, so you have to get them from your diet. A nutritional deficiency occurs when the body doesn’t absorb or get from food the necessary amount of a nutrient. Deficiencies can lead to different types of health issues. These can include defective bone growth, skin disorders, digestion problems, and even dementia. The amount of each nutrient you should consume depends on your age.
Track 7: Importance of Women’s Health
Women’s health is a medical industry focused on the treatment, diagnosis of diseases and condition that affect women’s physical and emotional health. Usually women and men have similar health challenges, the only difference is that women’s health deserves special attention. There are biological processes like adolescence, pregnancy, childbirth and health risks in young women. Important of the women’s health they experience unique health care challenges and are more likely to be diagnosed with certain diseases than men. Diabetes, heart diseases, cancer, chronic diseases are the leading causes of death for women.
Track 8: Depression & Anxiety in Women
Natural hormonal fluctuations can lead to depression or anxiety. Premenstrual syndrome (PMS) occurs frequently among women, while premenstrual dysmorphic disorder (PMDD) presents similar, but greatly intensified, symptoms. After giving birth, many mothers will go in the form of depression known as the “baby blues” but perinatal depression causes similar but much stronger concerns, emotional shifts, sadness, and tiredness. Per menopause, the shift into menopause, can also cause depression. Regardless of how high the side effects, care suppliers can furnish alleviation with remedy or helpful medicines.
- Signs & symptoms
- Diagnosis & treatment
Tracks 9: Reproductive Health
Reproductive Health refers to physical, mental and social well-being. It refers to diseases, developmental disorders, reduced fertility, preterm delivery, low weight birth, reduced fertility, impotency, menstrual problems which affect the chances of fertility. The exposure to pollution has been discovered as a main source of barrenness. There are different components adding to ill-reproductive health which incorporate pressure, passionate uneven characters, and heftiness. In majority of the cases people affected due to improper care are women due to female genital mutilation, teenage births, sexually transmitted diseases, improper sanitation facilities, multiple births
Track 10: Infertility
Infertility implies not having the capacity to get pregnant. Women who can get pregnant yet are unfit to stay pregnant are likewise considered as infertile. Most instances of female infertility are due to issues with ovulation. Without ovulation, there are no eggs to be prepared. A few signs that a lady isn't ovulating regularly incorporate unpredictable or missing periods. Ovulation issues are frequently brought about by polycystic ovarian disorder (PCOS). PCOS is a hormonal issue which can interfere with ovulation. PCOS is the most widely recognized reason for female infertility. Essential ovarian deficiency (POI) is another reason for ovulation issues. POI happens when a lady's ovaries quit working ordinarily before she is 40. POI isn't equivalent to early menopause.
- In vitro fertilization
- Infertility evaluation and treatment among women
- Tubal infertility and ectopic pregnancy
- Obesity & surgical management of infertility
- Artificial gametes and ovarian stimulation
- Adhesions, general and after surgery
- Vaginal infections.
- Threatened miscarriage
- Uterine fibroids
Track 11: Breast and Cervical Cancer
Breast cancer mostly occur in women and rarely in men. Indication of breast cancer includes a lump in the breast, bloody discharge from the nipple and changes in the shape or texture of the nipple or breast. Its treatment depends on the stage of cancer. It may consist of hormone therapy, radiation, chemotherapy and surgery. Cervical cancer is a kind of disease that happens in the cells of the cervix the lower some portion of the uterus that connects with the vagina. Different strains of the human papillomavirus (HPV), a sexually transmitted infection, play a role in causing most cervical cancer.
- Radiation therapy
- Hormone therapy
- Targeted therapy
- Squamous cell carcinomas
- Small cell cervical cancer
- Children cervical cancer
Track 12: Gynecology & Obstetrics
Gynecology deals with any illness concerning the conceptive organs, uterus, fallopian tubes, cervix, ovaries and vagina. A gynecologist may moreover treat related issues in within, bladder and urinary structure since these are immovably related to female conceptive organs. Obstetrics manages the consideration of the pregnant ladies, the unborn infant, work and conveyance and the prompt time frame following labor. The obstetrician guarantees that mother and youngster get the best pre-birth care to guarantee work and conveyance is cultivated without inconveniences and that should mediation be required, it is done rapidly and securely. A gynecologist may moreover treat related issues in within, bladder and urinary structure since these are solidly related to female conceptive organs. Obstetrics deals with the thought of the pregnant women, the unborn newborn child, work and transport and the brief time period following work. The obstetrician guarantees that mother and youngster get the best pre-birth care to guarantee work and conveyance is cultivated without inconveniences and that should mediation be required, it is done rapidly and securely.
- Cholinergic toxicity
- Gallbladder disorder in post and pre-pregnancy
- Cervical, vaginal and ovarian cancer
Track 13: Menstrual Cycle
The menstrual cycle is the customary and regular change that happens in the female reproductive system. This is a cycle of bodily changes controlled by the female hormones that cause a regular bleed, comes from the uterus. Regular menstrual periods in between the puberty and menopause are usually a sign that your body is working normally and healthy. A cycle is counted from the primary day of 1 period to the first day of the next period. The typical menstrual cycle is 28 days long. Cycles can go somewhere in the range of 21 to 35 days in grown-ups and from 21 to 45 days in youthful adolescents
- Premenstrual syndrome
- Menstrual hygiene management
Track 14: Osteoporosis and Bone Health
Osteoporosis is an illness of the bones that makes bones become weak and break easily. Osteoporosis effects mostly older people, however avoidance begins when you are more youthful. No matter your age, you can find a way to build bone mass and prevent bone loss. Broken bones from osteoporosis cause severe medical issues and disability in older women. Calcium, nutrition and vitamin D are fundamental for building strong bones. It is suggested that women younger than 50 should get 1,000 mg of calcium and 800 International Units (IU) of vitamin D every day. Women older than 50 need 1,200 mg of calcium and 1,000 IU of vitamin D
- Selective estrogen receptor modulators (SERMs)
- Menopausal hormone therapy
- Parathyroid hormone or teriparatide
Cardiovascular disease continues to be the leading cause of death among women .Cardiovascular diseases are expanding in women's, that count up to one woman for every moment by causing one out of three deaths yearly. Women’s have many misconceptions with respect to vascular infection during which could put them in danger. However, the heart diseases, like broken heart syndrome, coronary small tube malady and conjointly cause a risk for girls, these are the disorders that effect on women.
- Pregnancy-related disorders and CVD risk
- Ischemic heart disease in women
- Persistence of weight gain after pregnancy
- Acute coronary syndromes in women
Track 16: Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS)
Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is a heterogeneous endocrine syndrome with variable prevalence, affecting about one in every 17 women worldwide. The diagnosis of polycystic ovary syndrome requires as a minimum two of the following criteria, anovulation, clinical, biochemical evidence of hyperandrogenism and morphology of polycystic ovaries. Women with PCOS appear to have a higher risk of developing metabolic syndromes, hypertension and cardiovascular disorders.
- Anti-mullerian hormone
- Ovarian cyst
Track 17: Diabetes and Obesity in Women
Diabetes is a chronic disease that damages blood sugar regulation in the body. Both men and women can affect diabetes, but some symptoms are more likely to affect women. Many of the threat of diabetes affect both sexes, but there are some differences. Around one in nine adult women has diabetes, according. The diabetes can affect women, diabetes may be more likely to experience a yeast infection, or thrush, in the mouth and vagina. High levels of blood sugar create an ideal breeding ground for the Candida fungus that causes the condition.
PCOS is a common cause of infertility. Many women with PCOS are obese, but many thin women also carry the diagnosis. Despite widespread phenotypic heterogeneity and different underlying pathophysiology that may contribute to infertility, IVF is a common therapy for all infertile PCOS patients who fail ovulation induction. Some data in the literature suggests increasing weight decreases IVF success.
- Sore skin
- Vaginal discharge
- Itchy sensations
- Dyspareunia, or painful sex
- Increasing weight
Track 18: Women’s Health, Diet and Fitness
Women should regularly self-examine their breasts in case of any lumps, change in color near nipples and size difference in both or single breast they must consult doctor, Self-awareness is very essential, doing better exercises to the body maintaining, proper hygiene, having proper nutrition is the basic care that has to be taken by women for themselves and in case of cancer already attacked they need to take better medication, Diagnosis and regular check-up will be helpful. As women and men dietary needs are largely similar. But when adolescence begins, women start to develop unique nutritional requirements. And as we age and our bodies go through more physical and hormonal imbalance, so our nutritional needs continue to evolve, making it important that our diets evolve to meet these changing needs. While women tend to need fewer calories than men, our demands for certain vitamins and minerals are much higher. Hormonal changes associated with menstruation, child-bearing, and menopause mean that women have a higher risk of anemia, weakened bones, and osteoporosis, requiring a higher intake of nutrients such as iron, calcium, magnesium, vitamin D, and vitamin B9 (folate).
Track 19: Women Dietary Needs
Healthy eating is a way of eating that improves your health and helps prevent disease. It means choosing various types of healthy food from all of the food groups (fruits, vegetables, grains, dairy, and proteins), most of the time, in the correct amounts for you. Healthy eating also means not eating a lot of foods with added sugar, sodium (salt), and saturated and trans fats. Healthy eating also means getting nutrients primarily from food rather than from vitamins or other supplements. Some women might need vitamins, nutrients, minerals, or different retain times in life like before or during pregnancy. But most women, most of the time, should get their important nutrients from what they eat and drink.
- Iron-rich foods
- Folate (and Folic Acid) during the reproductive years
- Daily calcium and vitamin D requirements
Track 20: Family Planning
The critical step in the management of world population includes Contraception and Family planning measures. The world is distinguishing a large vault over in the development of recent contraceptive technologies and assisted reproductive technologies such as achieving pregnancy in procedures like in vitro fertilization, artificial insemination and surrogacy to fight issues like infertility and its assessment. High-risk patients include patients with diseases like, Sexually transmitted diseases, hypertension diabetes and other complications and the advancing trends in contraception and technologies will render a crucial role in regulating a large number of Reproductive health indicators.
- Family planning - evaluation of weight and blood pressure
- Advanced methods in family planning
- Teenage Pregnancy
- Post-abortion family planning
- Age at menopause
- Purpose of family planning
- Modern methods in planning
Tracks 21: Women in Surgery
Gynecologic surgery procedure is surgical procedure on any part of a woman’s reproductive system, including the vagina, cervix, uterus, fallopian tubes, and ovaries. Gynecologic specialists frequently procedures on a woman’s urinary tract as well, including the bladder. Some gynecologic surgeries procedures are basic and might be done in at the gynecologist's office, while others are done in the clinic. Regular gynecologic surgical procedures incorporate.
- Tubal ligation
- Cervical (Cone) biopsy
- Dilation and curettage (D&C)
- Endometrial ablation
- Endometrial or uterine biopsy
- Fluid-contrast ultrasound (FCUS)
Awareness of STDs was most firmly and positively associated with the education of both the women and their husbands. Awareness of STDs was also found to be more among women who were more socially mobile. An STI is an infection transmitted from one person to another person through sexual contact. An infection is when a virus, bacteria, or parasite enter and grows in your body. STIs are also known as the sexually transmitted diseases, or STDs. Some STIs may be cured and some STIs cannot be cured. An infection transmitted through sexual contact, caused by viruses or parasites and bacteria.
Most common types:
Track 23: Empowering Women to Prevent Health Risk
Women's empowerment can be defined in different ways, empowerment means accepting and allowing people (women) who are on the outside of the decision-making process into it. Women’s empowerment is the most important point to be noted for the overall development of a country. Pregnancy and lactation place huge iron demands on the mother and her child. A 1994 report from the World Health Organization (WHO) concluded that a woman living in a developing country is practically always on the verge of iron deficiency anemia either because of pregnancy, which need to transfer of 300 mg of iron to the fetus during the third trimester and an additional 500 mg of iron to accommodate an increase in red blood cell mass, or lactation, in which each episode carry 0.75 mg of iron from mother to child. Moreover, even before she becomes pregnant, a woman of childbearing age suffers substantial iron losses from menstruation.
- Maintain a healthy weight
- Limit alcohol
- Manage stress
Track 24: Violence against Women
Violence against women (VAW), otherwise called gender-based violence (SGBV) and gender-based violence, are violent acts basically or only dedicated against women’s or young girls. Such violence is often considered in the form of committed against women or girls specifically because they are female, hate crime and can take many forms. VAW has a very lengthy history, though the incidents and intensity of such violence has varied over time and even today varies between societies. Such violence is often seen as a mechanism for the action of women, whether in society in general or in an interpersonal relationship. Such violence may arise from misogyny or similar attitudes in the perpetrator, superiority, entitlement or because of his violent nature, especially against women.
- Sexually gender-based violence (SGBV)
- gender-based violence