When it comes to healthcare, baby boomers are getting a great deal of attention because there is strength in numbers.
These are the genes that are associated with an increased risk of ovarian cancer and breast cancer.
According to a report from Wake Forest, the time for a woman to start protecting her heart and guarding against bone loss is during perimenopause or, preferably, even earlier.
Previous studies report a lower risk for eating disorders as women mature, but this new study is the first of its kind, studying women 50 and older.
It appears that all of those soy products that claim to improve your memory are not exactly the wonder drugs they claim to be.
There was a time when many women were taking hormone replacement therapy as they approached menopause – then Women’s Health Initiative said it increased the risks of heart disease and cancer. Now what?
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Perimenopause, the time just prior to menopause, is a disruptive stage of life for many women who experience unexpected symptoms including fatigue and memory loss.
According to the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology, hypoactive sexual desire disorder is the persistent or recurrent deficiency or absence of sexual desire or receptivity to sexual activity.
Chronic dry eye is a medical condition that affects many people, especially post-menopausal women.
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According to researchers, the hot flashes may be protecting the women from heart disease, stroke, and even death — potentially for years afterward.
by KYW’s medical editor Dr. Brian McDonough Perimenopause is the period of time before menopause. According a study looking at women in this phase of life—usually between the ages of 35 and 47, there can […]
There’s good news for women concerned with growing heavier as they grow older. Researchers from the Monell Chemical Senses Center say adding a certain food to your diet may keep weight off.