Millions of women die each year needlessly and prematurely when a majority of them can be saved through knowledge of various deadly diseases. In spite of the world class healthcare system in the United States, about thirty-five million women suffer from serious digestive problems and about 120,000 die, about twelve million get hospitalized, and about one million women are disabled yearly in the United States. These digestive diseases are intestinal hernias (mostly inguinal), liver diseases including cirrhosis, constipation, diverticulosis, gallbladder diseases, gastritis, esophageal disorders, hemorrhoids, infectious diarrhea, irritable bowel syndrome, etc. Killer diseases just don't appear suddenly and cause pain, suffering, and eventual death, instead, they develop over time with specific symptoms. Learning to recognize the symptoms of killer diseases can either eliminate them or postpone their debilitating effects for several decades or more by taking remedial measures. Knowledge of various diseases is crucial to recognizing the associated symptoms, and it enables women to deal with the medical community in a manner which is advantageous and beneficial to women. Today women need to manage their own wellbeing through knowledge and meaningful remedial measures. Learning about various diseases, symptoms, and prevention will minimize their dependency on the medical community.