Going through menopause early may increase your risk for developing diabetes. Going through it later than normal? A surprising protection.
Getting a good night’s sleep is tough if your partner is a blanket hog or…
Fennel supplements ease bothersome menopausal symptoms, finds a new study. Fennel is rich in phytoestrogens, which mimic human estrogen.
Early menopause is linked to increased risk of heart disease and diabetes. But eating the right kind of protein may let menopause happen later.
For menopausal women, severe hot flashes and especially night sweats signal an increased risk for diabetes. Likely culprit? Sleep.
When it comes to stress, it is critical to look at both what stresses us out and what de-stresses us…so we can combat this chronic threat to our health.
Early menopause—before age 45—is associated with a slew of health problems. Until now, there wasn’t…
It’s more than just hot flashes that keep women up at night when they’re going through menopause. Here’s how to get a good night’s sleep—again.
Dr. Rubman recommends DHEA vaginal suppositories and squalene for women when vaginal dryness is making them uncomfortable or if they plan to be intimate.
Certain teas can relieve menopause symptoms ranging from hot flashes to brain fog to low libido, according to naturopathic doctor Holly Lucille.
Your best ammunition against unexpected or unwanted change is how you choose to perceive it. Dr. Suzanne Steinbaum tells why knowing your purpose is key.
Menopause researchers used to believe that thin women were more likely to get hot flashes than overweight or obese women. The opposite appears to be true.
After menopause, women are at greater risk for lower back pain due to lumbar disc degeneration. Find out how to fight back.
A healthy liver keeps estrogens and other hormones in balance. Important steps to love your liver through menopause and beyond.
Menopause changes bones in ways you can’t see or feel. Test your knowledge about osteoporosis prevention with this quiz!
A major new 18-year study finds that women who take hormone therapy for menopause aren’t at risk for increased mortality. Is hormone therapy back?
Hormones really do change how you feel. Once estrogen fades away, so does that impulse towards sacrifice. It’s time to focus on yourself!
Is your workplace menopause friendly? It makes a big difference. Here’s how to make it happen.
Many women going through menopause are terrified of taking hormones. But Holly Lucille, ND, writes that bioidentical hormones are different.
Bioidentical hormones are popular choices for relief of menopause systems. But beware of products from compounding pharmacies.