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Young model faces early menopause aged 26 after doctors mistook her endometriosis for IBS - The Independent



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Young model faces early menopause aged 26 after doctors mistook her endometriosis for IBS 
The Independent
A 26-year-old model from Essex faces early menopause after doctors mistook her endometriosis for IBS for 10 years. Carla Cressy suffered from abdominal pain and sensitivity from the age of 14, reports The Sun, but was incorrectly diagnosed with ...

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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Helpful For Women In Menopause - MedPage Today



Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Helpful For Women In Menopause 
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PHILADELPHIA -- Cognitive behavioral therapy improved depressive symptoms in midlife women experiencing adverse symptoms of menopause, researchers reported here. Clinician assessed rating of depression was improved with the treatment of ...

 


'Change the conversation' about hormone therapy in menopause - Pharmacy Today, American Pharmacists Association, pharmacist.com



'Change the conversation' about hormone therapy in menopause 
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Discussions about menopausal hormone therapy over the last 15 years have centered on concerns about elevated risk of breast cancer, heart disease, and dementia. According to North American Menopause Society (NAMS) Executive Director JoAnn ...

 


New Center for Sexual Medicine and Menopause to Open at Northwestern Memorial Hospital - PR Newswire (press release)



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New Center for Sexual Medicine and Menopause to Open at Northwestern Memorial Hospital 
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The Center for Sexual Medicine and Menopause at Northwestern Memorial Hospital brings together a multidisciplinary team of physicians, advanced practice nurses (APN), certified sex therapists and pelvic floor physical therapists to provide highly ...

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Here's what you should know about hormone therapy for ... - Popular Science



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Here's what you should know about hormone therapy for ... 
Popular Science
The North American Menopause Society still maintains that hormone therapy is well-worth the risks for some, but that goes against what many women hear in ...
Hormonal Therapy Safe for Women with Migraine, Natural Ingredients May Help Tackle the Pain NDTV

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Menopause may trigger Alzheimer's disease - Medical News Today - Medical News Today



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Menopause May Raise Alzheimer's Risk Though Metabolic Changes in Brain, Study Says - Alzheimer's News Today



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Menopause May Raise Alzheimer's Risk Though Metabolic Changes in Brain, Study Says 
Alzheimer's News Today
Menopause triggers numerous changes in a woman's body ? and, apparently, metabolic changes in the brain as well that puts middle-age women at greater risk of Alzheimer's disease, a study reports. This finding provides new insights into why women have ...
Menopause Triggers Metabolic Brain Changes Linked to Alzheimer's Medscape
Menopause linked to changes in brain energy use Medical Xpress
Menopause Brain Metabolism Changes May Promote Alzheimer's ReliaWire
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VIDEO: NAMS recommends individualized hormone therapy in menopause - Healio



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VIDEO: NAMS recommends individualized hormone therapy in menopause 
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PHILADELPHIA ? In this video exclusive, JoAnn V. Pinkerton, MD, NCMP, professor of obstetrics and gynecology at the University of Virginia and executive director of The North American Menopause Society reviews the NAMS 2017 Hormone Therapy ...

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Menopause triggers changes in brain that may promote Alzheimer's ... - Cornell Chronicle



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Menopause triggers changes in brain that may promote Alzheimer's ... 
Cornell Chronicle
Menopause causes metabolic changes in the brain that may increase the risk of Alzheimer's disease, a research team says.

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How to overcome menopause symptoms naturally - Pune Mirror



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How to overcome menopause symptoms naturally 
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Over 80 per cent of women have hot flushes at least once during the menopause. The hypothalamus (the region of the brain that controls temperature) is affected by the reducing levels of oestrogen, which can result in anything from a few seconds of ...

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