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menopause

Study offers new evidence of menopause in killer whales

Menopause in killer whales- raising fascinating questions about how and why it evolved.

Early menstruation increases the likelihood for menopause symptoms

Early menstruation increases the likelihood of hot flushes and nights sweats decades later at menopause.

Menopause increases the risk of metabolic syndrome

According to a new study based on the data from the Canadian Longitudinal Study on Aging, menopause increases the risk of metabolic syndrome or...

Menopausal hormone therapy increases breast cancer risk for years

A past meta-examination has found that current and recent users of menopausal hormone therapy (MHT) were at an increased risk of breast cancer, yet...

Does age at menopause affect memory?

A new study by the UCL scientists suggests that Entering menopause at a later age might be related with a little advantage to your memory...

Severity of menopause symptoms could help predict heart disease, study

Coronary illness remains the main source of death in women. An investigation of 138 menopausal ladies inspected the relationship of state of mind, indications,...

Women with HIV Experience More Fatigue, Muscle Aches After Menopause

Advancements in treatment during recent decades, HIV has largely become a chronic condition. This implies a more prominent level of individuals with HIV are living longer;...

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