home > menopause
Showing 1 - 10 of 36
by: shinta, 9 pages
Cardiovascular disease (CVD) is known as the
leading cause of death among women in developed
nations and the lifetime risk of death is 31% in postmenopausal women versus a 3% risk of ...
by: shinta, 15 pages
The North American Menopause Society
(NAMS) appointed a panel of advisors to assist
the NAMS Board of Trustees in developing an
evidence-based consensus opinion on the ther- ...
by: shinta, 4 pages
For thousands of years the Chinese and Japanese have eaten soy products. In the last few
decades westerners have been trying to understand why these people have less problems
with breast, ...
by: shinta, 5 pages
Menopause is a normal, natural event—defined
as the final menstrual period and usually
confirmed when a woman has missed her
periods for 12 consecutive months (in the ...
by: shinta, 52 pages
To provide updated guidelines for health care providers
on the management of menopause in asymptomatic healthy
women as well as in women presenting with vasomotor symptoms
or with ...
by: shinta, 2 pages
It is a common myth that as women enter the meno-
pausal years, it is “normal” to feel depressed. Serious
depression, however, should never be viewed as a “nor- ...
by: shinta, 12 pages
affect bladder control?
Yes. Some women have bladder control
problems after they stop having periods
(menopause or change of life). If you are
by: shinta, 20 pages
Conflicting research and advice on the safety of hormones has been rife for a decade. This report incor-
porates the latest evidence to help you make sense of an often confusing topic. ...
by: shinta, 6 pages
Menopause is a stage in a women’s life. It starts when a woman stops
having monthly periods for 12 months in a row.
Estrogen is a hormone made by the ovaries. For several months ...
by: shinta, 13 pages
Women share unique physiological processes and lifecycle transitions related to their hormonal
systems and physical bodies. Women suffer from many of the same diseases as men, and some ...