Greetings MED-Hive community!
Hello everyone... It's time to begin our health weekly discussions around the theme of the month, which this time is about WOMEN'S HEALTH. If you wish to know more about the monthly contest and prizes at stake please go to this post 👇
We are looking forward to reading all your posts about the subject at hand!
Discussion of the week
We are proposing our community members and anyone interested to join us this week and do a post that answers the following question 👇
Women's health is a critical topic, given that women face specific health challenges throughout their lives. According to the World Health Organization, women's health encompasses a wide range of issues, including reproductive health, maternal health, mental health and non-communicable diseases such as cancer and heart disease
Here are some suggestions to help those creative minds:
A FEW SUGGESTIONS HERE
- Create a personal essay about your experience with menstrual cramps and how you have learned to cope with them over time.
- Give us your a how-to guide for managing menstrual cramps, including tips for alleviating pain and discomfort.
- You can write a fictional story about a young woman who discovers a magical remedy for her severe menstrual cramps.
- Craft a research-based article exploring the various causes of menstrual cramps and the best treatments for each type.
- Compose a letter to a younger sister or friend or even a younger you offering advice on how to deal with menstrual cramps and reassuring her that she is not alone in her experience.
- Give us a poem that captures the physical and emotional sensations of menstrual cramps.
- Go Holistic, you can give us natural remedies you know works for menstrual cramps, including herbs, supplements, and lifestyle changes.
- Do you keep a menstrual diary,you can make a diary-style entry chronicling your experience with menstrual cramps over the course of a month, tell us about the pain severity and duration, as well as your attempts to manage it.
- Make an argument for greater awareness and support for people who experience menstrual cramps especially in schools and workplace citing statistics on the prevalence of the condition and the impact it can have on quality of life and relationships.
Yes, more rewards are at stake here!! The rewards will be as follow:
50 Ecency points for everyone who participates kindly sponsored by @ecency with the help of @melinda010100
We would like to thank our sponsors for the support provided 🙏
👉 To be eligible for the HIVE and ECENCY WEEKLY REWARDS you must: 👈
- Follow the rules of the community
- Subscribe to MED-Hive community
- Join our Discord Channel and register if you are a health professional
Do a post answering the prompt of the week until Saturday of the week.
- The use of the following tag: #medhive
- Engage within the community through comments and supporting others
- Place a link to your post in the comment section below
⚠️ Minimum 300-word posts (original language only)
👉 All these simple steps must be followed in order to be eligible for the rewards 👈
We will consider engagement levels, writing quality, level of evidence, readability of the content, relevance for the weekly discussion, creativity, and if you followed all the rules. A post announcing the winner will be made at the end of the week, Sunday, and prizes will be distributed.
Important Notes & Rules
Posts are welcome from everyone in and out of the community, everyone is welcome to join the discussion. Feel free to express yourself about this. Write your post around the focus area in a way that will:
Enlighten the community.
Equip readers to make healthy decisions.
Correct harmful health practices.
Encourage healthy practices.
Create and promote necessary health awareness.
The post should contain:
- An English translation if written in a native language.
- If any external material or resource is used in the post, it should be well cited and ensure proper images tailored to your post are used and rightly sourced.
- If references are used, place the link of each one at the end of your post, in a way it's easily accessible.
- The use of the following tag: #medhive
Remember to engage with others' posts and let's make the community lively. Kindly share your post on Twitter with the #medhive and #posh tag. Make sure your account is registered, giving you the possibility to earn posh tokens and also spread the word of Hive to the community on Twitter.
Let's not forget the most important rule of all:
Plagiarism is not tolerated, you are solely responsible to confirm your information and source your references properly.
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If you are a health professional (med-member)
Becoming a registered member is a way to ensure scrutiny of information and credential to keep our readers safe from harmful information. We ask all health professional members to join our Discord Channel so you can complete the registration process there and get your role assigned. We will be available if you need any assistance.
If you are a non-medical member
Non-medical members are also encouraged to join the Community and Discord. You will get a non-med role assigned and more importantly, you'll join in the fun! We welcome posts meeting the requirements of the community from you too.
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Also, you can join our voting trail and help us curate good quality content. We appreciate all the help we can get to reach out to more people that might benefit from our content and to reward our community authors properly.
Lastly, we want to appreciate the hivers behind the scene that made this community possible. Thank you @jaydr, @marilour, @palomap3 and @blackdaisyft for their work and effort made for the community and for the benefit of all hivers.
Have fun and learn! We look forward to hearing from you all.
Useful resources and links for this month's theme: