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Obese women have worse menopause symptoms and get less relief from hormone therapy

Written by | 28 Sep 2023

Obesity has already been associated with a number of adverse health conditions and can interfere with a person’s quality of life. A new study suggests that, in addition… read more.

OB/Gyn residency programs should offer more menopause training

Written by | 3 Sep 2023

A nationwide assessment of Obstetrics and Gynecology residency programs reveals the need for more training in how to provide the best care for women going through menopause, according… read more.

Plans for UK’s first menopause education programme launched by UCL academics

Written by | 22 Aug 2023

Experts at UCL have teamed up with leading women’s health charities to design a new education and support programme for women across the country experiencing menopause. The National… read more.

New survey confirms need for more menopause education in residency programs

Written by | 16 Aug 2023

Despite the fact that nearly 90 million women in the United States are projected to be postmenopausal by 2060, menopause remains low on the priority list of many… read more.

Sugar-sweetened drinks appear to raise risk of liver cancer and chronic liver disease in women

Written by | 13 Aug 2023

Postmenopausal women who consume one or more sugar sweetened beverage daily appear to have a significantly higher risk of developing liver cancer and chronic liver disease than women… read more.

New research shows potential to reduce pain in women suffering from endometriosis

Written by | 6 Aug 2023

Pelvic pain in women with endometriosis is attributed to neuroinflammation. Researchers investigated biochemical mediators of endometriosis-associated pelvic pain to provide a foundation to identify new drugs to improve… read more.

For large vessel acute ischemic stroke, women are less likely to be routed to comprehensive stroke centers

Written by | 19 Jul 2023

At the onset of large vessel acute ischemic stroke, women are less likely than men to be routed immediately to comprehensive stroke centers, researchers reported on July 18… read more.

Phase IIIb trial of fezolinetant shows positive topline results for treatment of vasomotor symptoms – due to menopause – Astellas

Written by | 17 Jul 2023

Astellas Pharma Inc. announced positive topline results from the Phase IIIb DAYLIGHT clinical trial for fezolinetant, an investigational oral, nonhormonal compound being studied for the treatment of moderate… read more.

Opting to freeze eggs can help women have babies when they are older, but many do not use their frozen eggs

Written by | 1 Jul 2023

More than 40% of women who chose to freeze their eggs in their 30s were able to have babies later in life when they returned to the fertility… read more.

Which women should receive more than mammograms to screen for breast cancer?

Written by | 15 Jun 2023

Study’s findings point to the importance of considering other risk factors beyond breast density. Dense breast tissue, which contains a higher proportion of fibrous tissue than fat, is… read more.

Mayo Clinic study puts price tag on cost of menopause symptoms for women in the workplace

Written by | 1 May 2023

Menopause-related symptoms such as hot flashes, night sweats, mood changes, sleep disturbances, joint aches and cognitive difficulties damage the quality of life for millions of women. They also can… read more.

A myth no more: Cranberry products can prevent urinary tract infections for women

Written by | 23 Apr 2023

Drinking cranberry juice has long been a mythical prevention strategy for women who develop a urinary tract infection – and new medical evidence shows consuming cranberry products is… read more.

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