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Do Post-Menopause Hormone Supplements Shorten your life? - Anti Aging News



Anti Aging News
 
Do Post-Menopause Hormone Supplements Shorten your life? 
Anti Aging News
The new research involving an 18-year follow-up revealed that long-term use of hormones after menopause was not nearly as harmful as previously thought. In fact, it does not shorten life. Women on hormone replacement has the same incidence of illness ...

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Clear skin isn't always one of adulthood's privileges - Charleston Post Courier



Clear skin isn't always one of adulthood's privileges 
Charleston Post Courier
Dermatologists can usually help find a treatment you can afford, she adds, and if the visit reveals an underlying health issue, your entire body may thank you. And don't think you're in the clear once you hit menopause: Some post-menopausal women get ...

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World Osteoporosis Day: Here are 3 ways to boost bone health post-menopause - Hindustan Times



Hindustan Times
 
World Osteoporosis Day: Here are 3 ways to boost bone health post-menopause 
Hindustan Times
By the time of menopause ? often around age 50 ? many women discover they have reduced bone density due to a condition called osteoporosis, causing bones to become weak and brittle and more prone to fractures. Ahead of World Osteoporosis Day on ...

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Talk Therapy May Help Menopause Woes - HealthDay



HealthDay
 
Talk Therapy May Help Menopause Woes 
HealthDay
WEDNESDAY, Oct. 11, 2017 (HealthDay News) -- Talk therapy may help relieve menopause-related sleep problems and depression, a new study suggests. Insomnia -- an inability to fall asleep or stay asleep -- and depression are common in menopausal ...

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I'm getting horrible hot flashes. What can I safely do about them? - Washington Post



Washington Post
 
I'm getting horrible hot flashes. What can I safely do about them? 
Washington Post
They're hot flashes, and for more than 70 percent of women, they're an inconvenient and sometimes unpleasant reality of menopause. So what's the cause? Carolyn Crandall, a professor of medicine at UCLA's David Geffen School of Medicine, has bad news: ...

 


Does breast-feeding really decrease my cancer risk? - Washington Post



Washington Post
 
Does breast-feeding really decrease my cancer risk? 
Washington Post
Nursing has been linked to a reduced risk of breast cancer in both pre- and post-menopausal women. But, says Virginia Borges, director of the University of Colorado Cancer Center's young women's breast cancer program, ?it gets complicated from here.?.

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Do Animals Have Menopause? - Live Science



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Do Animals Have Menopause? 
Live Science
In the past couple of decades, however, numerous studies have claimed that menopause, or "post-reproductive life spans" ? a phrase that most often refers to the age of last reproduction, since changes in ovulation and hormones related to menopause are ...

 


The Stealth Senior Woman: Invisibility Is My New Super Power - HuffPost



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The Stealth Senior Woman: Invisibility Is My New Super Power 
HuffPost
You are a woman, the ten years [of menopause] have passed, you love your children, you love your lover, but there are no longer any persons on earth who can stop you from being yourself. ? You would never want to be a girl again for any reason at all ...

 


What can be done about hot flashes? - Pittsburgh Post-Gazette



What can be done about hot flashes? 
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
They strike at the most inopportune times: During meetings, at dinner, in bed. The face flushes, the heart races. Fingers tingle and perspiration washes over the body. They're hot flashes, and for more than 70 percent of women, they're an inconvenient ...

 


Northwestern Medicine launches new Center for Sexual Medicine and Menopause - News-Medical.net



Northwestern Medicine launches new Center for Sexual Medicine and Menopause 
News-Medical.net
Northwestern Medicine has launched a first of its kind center dedicated to providing comprehensive care to women for two often unmet areas of women's healthcare ? sexual health and menopause. The Center for Sexual Medicine and ... These conditions ...

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