Women have many unique health concerns — menstrual cycles, pregnancy, birth control, menopause — and that's just the beginning. A number of health issues affect only women and others are more common in women. Therefore, it becomes more necessary for women to constantly monitor their health but sadly not many fall under this domain.

There is so much more to women, Women’s health encompasses many more conditions than what is typically thought of as “women’s health.” Alzheimer’s disease, lupus, migraines, and urinary incontinence are some of the many complex and difficult-to-treat diseases that disproportionately affect women.

Thus, WomenPro, is created to satisfy the same objective. By answering questionnaires in Breast cancer, Heart stroke, and Bacterial vaginosis predictors, we may predict if you may anticipate the following health issue now or in the near future using predictive machine-learned algorithms, population outcomes, and segmentation.

What it does

With the help of such predictors, there can be early detection of any health care issue, easy screening, and access.

WomenPro comprises calculators, newsletters, and videos to spread the word about women’s health. Lets now use these predictors to get to know how good they are to calculate the risk.

How it works

WomenPro predictive algorithms provide a method to calculate the risk of the outcome i.e risk of a heart stroke or breast cancer, based on the predictor's answer in the questionnaire. These answers are then calibrated to the population outcome, stratified by age, sex, eating habits, lifestyle, etc.

Challenges I ran into

  1. Creating Surveys
  2. Drawing results from the survey
  3. Collecting Data for predictive analysis

Accomplishments that I'm proud of

Drawing predictive results using machine-learned algorithms

What's next for WomenPro

  1. Suggestions
  2. Scanning CT scans and protecting results
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