Are women who smoke more likely to go through menopause earlier than non-smokers? This new article looks at the connection.
Are women likely to experience a higher incidence of anxiety during the menopausal transition? This new study takes a look at the research.
Study found hip fracture rate was 57 percent lower in those also taking supplements
What's the best way to manage osteoporosis in postmenopausal women? This updated position statement from The North American Menopause Society provides the latest thinking.
Could low levels of physical activity improve cardiovascular health in postmenopausal women, and how can clinicians encourage exercise in this group of women?
Researchers report that they have developed a simple blood test that can predict -- even among very young women -- how long of a reproductive life she has before menopause.
Losing weight may help modestly reduce hot flashes among menopausal women, researchers report.
Is it possible to safely take hormone replacement therapy (HRT)? That question is at the heart of a small new study testing whether better timing and refined delivery may help early menopausal women get the benefits of hormones relatively safety and without long-term risks.
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Researchers did see mood improvement in women on oral treatment
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What are some of the benefits of soy in the diet, and how could it potentially help women who are in the menopausal phase of their lives?
Eating baked or broiled fish regularly may decrease the odds of heart failure in older women, new research suggests. But eating fried fish, even in small amounts, may have the opposite effect.
A few years ago, the use of hormone replacement therapy looked like a medical mess. For decades, women were told that HRT -- usually a combination of estrogen and progestin -- was good for them during and after menopause. Then, the 2002 results of the Women's Health Initiative study seemed to sh
How common is the use of hormone therapy in women aged 80 and over, and is it safe and effective for menopausal symptoms that could persist in that age group?