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Table 3 Comparison between women's health original investigations in leading general medical versus women's health specialty journals

From: Representation of women's health in general medical versus women's health specialty journals: a content analysis

GENERAL MEDICAL JOURNALS WOMEN'S HEALTH SPECIALTY JOURNALS
Characteristic N Characteristic N
Journal Journal
   Annals 10 (10.1%)    HCWI 20 (24.4%)
   BMJ 23 (23.2%)    JWH 31 (37.8%)
   JAMA 18 (18.2%)    W&H 24 (29.3%)
   Lancet 26 (26.3%)    WHI 7 (8.5%)
   NEJM 22 (22.2%)   
Total 99 Total 82
Representation of Women's Health Representation of Women's Health
   Traditional 53 (53.5%)    Traditional 22 (26.8%)
Reproduction 26 Reproduction 15
Female cancer 27 Female cancer 7
   Non-traditional 27 (27.3%)    Non-traditional 34 (41.5%)
Heart disease 6 Obesity/physical activity 7
Health care 3 General health 5
HIV/AIDS/STDs 3 Musculoskeletal 4
Musculoskeletal 3 Depression/mental health 3
Obesity/physical activity 3 Heart disease 3
Other 9 HIV/AIDS/STDs 3
   Other 9
   Incorporating Both Traditional and Non-traditional 19 (19.2%)    Incorporating Both Traditional and Non-traditional 26 (31.7%)
Reproduction & other 16 Reproduction & other 24
Female cancer & other 3 Female cancer & other 2
Total 99 Total 82