Menopause Symptoms Relief
A recent episode of the Dr. Oz Show alerts viewers that women may suffer from uncontrollable surges of rage at their family members due to what he calls ‘Perimenopausal Rage.” In a companion article on The Dr. Oz Show website, Menopause Clinician Marcy Holmes writes about conquering perimenopause and lists the 4 warning signs of perimenopausal rage.
Menopause is a natural transition occurring in women usually between the ages of 45 and 55. The symptoms caused by hormone changes can present complex healthcare issues.
A study from Stanford researchers shows many women are still receiving high dose hormone therapy, despite clinical evidence of higher risk of breast cancer and heart disease.
Hair loss during menopause is common among women, but may be due to other factors besides just changing hormones, according to dermatologist Theodore J.
Menopausal women who are overweight could find themselves with fewer hot flashes by losing pounds.
Scientists say the way women taking hormone replacement therapy for postmenopausal symptoms could be related to risk for cerebrovascular events such as stroke.
Menopause has been associated with an increase in body weight for many women.
As women reach menopause, they may experience changes in their cholesterol levels – particularly LDL cholesterol - per new research published in the December 15-22 issue of the Journal of the American College of Cardiology.
There are 42 million postmenopausal women in the United States. It is estimated that 45-75 percent suffer from menopause symptoms like vulvovaginal atrophy (VVA).
The dreaded belly fat that many middle-aged women develop appears to be associated with an increase in the level of active testosterone, and not a decline in estradiol (the primary form of estrogen
In middle-aged women, visceral fat, more commonly called belly fat, is known to be a significant risk factor for cardiovascular disease, but what causes visceral fat to accumulate?