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Regain bladder control by strengthening your pelvic-floor muscles.
Once a woman reaches menopause, she’s more prone than a pre-menopausal woman to a full-thickness rotator cuff tear in her shoulder with no pain or other symptoms.
Feel like you’ve put on weight lately? Here’s why and what to do about it.
Menopause and the sleepless nights it often causes might make women age faster and lead to age-related health problems, according to two new studies.
It’s not uncommon to feel like your brain isn’t functioning as well as it should during the transition to menopause. But there are things you can do to guard against changes in your memory and cognitive function.
Up to 80 percent of women suffer from menopause-related hot flashes—sudden feelings of intense heat, often accompanied by profuse sweating and flushing.
Some women have no menopause symptoms. Others have mild and largely tolerable symptoms, while a certain percentage may find them so severe that they seek medical treatment.
For most women, menopause occurs between the ages of 40 and 60, which is also the period during which most adults are screened for diabetes, especially if they are overweight. Here are some things to know about the correlation between menopause and d...
The placenta is sort of a mysterious organ. We know that it’s formed during pregnancy, that babies depend on it, and that it must be “delivered” after the birth of a child. But most of us know little else about its function in the human body or how i...