Celebrating the Change: A Mind/Body/Spirit Guide to Menopause
Menopause isn't an illness, an ailment, or a disease. It's a normal, natural phase in a woman's life cycle, a rite of passage, and , a breathtaking opportunity for enormous...
2 days ago - Better Nutrition
Physical activity may prevent accumulation of metabolic risk factors in menopausal women
A study conducted at the University of Jyväskylä in the Faculty of Sport and Health Sciences shows that menopausal transition is associated with unfavourable changes in...
7 days ago - News Medical
Exosomes involved in the progression of breast cancer in patients with obesity, diabetes
Obesity, insulin resistance and Type 2 diabetes are risk factors for breast cancer in post-menopausal women. The metabolic and inflammatory complications of obesity have a role...
8 days ago - News Medical - 2 articles
Top in endocrinology: Menopausal hormone therapy, bariatric surgery
New data showed that hormone therapy during menopause did not increase the risk for CVD or type 2 diabetes among middle-aged postmenopausal women. A report on the findings was...
15 days ago - Healio
From the Archives, 1991: Menopause - a change for the better?
Germaine Greer's new book The Change had sparked debate about menopause. Colleen McCullough, Clover Moore and Geraldine Doogue spoke out over lunch.
18 days ago - Sydney Morning Herald
'I was diagnosed with cancer at 32 and needed my breasts and ovaries removed'
Mum-of-two Emma Hughes, 35,said losing her ovaries brought about early menopause
20 days ago - Wales online
Reproductive history events in midlife women may offer protection against brain aging
“Reproductive history is a driver of brain aging in women, co-author Lisa Mosconi, PhD, associate professor of neuroscience in neurology and radiology and director of The Weill...
20 days ago - Healio
Study Links Muscle Mass to Severity of Hot Flashes in Women
A new study investigated the association between body composition - including fat and muscle - and hot flashes and other menopause symptoms.
20 days ago - Web MD
Menopause: Bereaved husband urges men to spot mental health signs
David Salmon, whose wife Linda took her own life, says he was unaware of the link to mental health.
20 days ago - BBC
How to Choose the Right Lube When You Have Sensitive Skin
We can bet that one of the last things you want your lubricant to do is cause vaginal or vulvar irritation and discomfort - like burning, itching, redness, or rashes. Yet if...
21 days ago - PopSugar
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Sydney FC star can see hints of ‘Ange-ball' in new-look Jets
Kosta Barbarouses played for Ange Postecoglou's all-conquering “Roarcelona” team - and can see similar principles and patterns in the way the Newcastle Jets go about their...
Steve Simon, the man who took on Beijing on behalf of Peng Shuai
In the summer of 2018, Steve Simon made a deal. It was to be the biggest one of his career.
Testing of human remains raises hopes of identifying missing persons
A new forensic laboratory will examine hundreds of remains, hoping to identify some of the 2600 missing persons.
A light touch: Creating a sense of expansiveness in your space
By stripping back interiors while keeping important bits - think cornices or fireplaces - you'll help retain the inherent character of a place.
Second Shire Liberal candidate fails to declare developer links
Former mayor Kent Johns declared he was not a close associate of developers despite having helmed a company with them.
Horses for courses: Boss and Thompson both great in their own way
Two legends of the saddle - one a showman and one from the old school - have called time on their careers.
Unlikely tale of couple who kept shocking secret for 16 years
Olivia Colman and David Thewlis star in a new series based on a true crime that really is stranger than fiction.
Who are the real animals in Susan Orlean's book?
The New Yorker writer's essays are about animals, but they say a lot about humans too.
Extraordinary moments that changed everything: Ann Patchett's essays
The American novelist's essays show gratitude for people she has loved, lost, and those who have saved her.
Use Eye Cosmetics Safely
April is Women's Eye Health and Safety Month. Here are tips from FDA about storing, applying, wearing, and removing eye cosmetics.