Hop supplements used by menopausal women are not likely to cause drug interactions
Hop-based dietary supplements that many women use to ease the night sweats and hot flashes commonly reported during menopause aren't likely to cause drug interactions, new...
5 days ago - News Medical
Sage advice: Study reveals sage extract helps with hot flashes during menopause
Salvia officinalis, also known as common sage, is a well-known culinary herb with medicinal properties. Besides its anti-microbial activities, the common sage is also known for...
2 monthes ago - Natural News
Estrogen and Women's Health with Mache Seibel, MD
Estrogen plays an important role in a woman's body. During v ery early perimenopause, levels fluctuate and can often be higher than normal. But as women approach menopause...
4 monthes ago - Raise Healthy Eaters
Pre & Peri Menopause: Love Yourself Through It
Hot flashes. Night sweats. Mood swings. Crazy periods. Weight gain. Insomnia. Forgetfulness. Sadness. Anxiety. These are the symptoms us 40-something women may experience with...
5 monthes ago - Food Confidence
2 lifestyle changes may reduce risk of hot flashes
A new meta-analysis of existing studies finds that quitting smoking and maintaining a healthy weight may lessen the impact of hot flashes and night sweats.
6 monthes ago - Medical News Today
Menopause symptom may trigger brain fog in breast cancer survivors
New research suggests that menopause-related night sweats could contribute to brain fog in women who have experienced breast cancer.
7 monthes ago - Medical News Today - 5 articles
Study Links Menopausal Night Sweats to Impaired Thinking
Title: Study Links Menopausal Night Sweats to Impaired Thinking Category: Health News Created: 9/25/2019 12:00:00 AM Last Editorial Review: 9/25/2019 12:00:00 AM
7 monthes ago - MedicineNet
Menopausal Night Sweats can Lead to Cognitive Decline
More frequent night sweats and hot flashes that women experience during menopause can lead to cognitive decline, reveals a new study.
8 monthes ago - Medindia Health - 2 articles
Exercise is Healthy for Your Bones, but Not When You Restrict Calories
Keeping your bones healthy and lowering the risk of osteoporosis is one of many reasons to work up a sweat. Exercise stimulates bone-building cells called osteoblasts to lay...
8 monthes ago - Cathe Friedrich
Classic Symptoms of Hot Flashes or Night Sweats Occurring at the Time of Menopause Do Not Appear to be a Harbinger of Increased Cardiovascular Risk
Women who suffer from hot flashes and night sweats may be at lower risk for cardiovascular disease, stroke and death.
9 monthes ago - BWH
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Please Explain podcast: behind the JobKeeper bungle
Senior economics correspondent Shane Wright and national editor Tory Maguire discuss how the JobKeeper subsidy was miscalculated to the tune of $60 billion.
VIDEO: Spectacle independence biggest factor for satisfaction with IOLs in...
In this video perspective from the virtual American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery meeting, Frank Bucci, MD, discusses his study looking at patient satisfaction in...
Cricket looking at fewer Tests, shorter tours and pay cuts
The number of Test matches could be reduced to save costs because of COVID-19, senior administrators have warned, while there is also support for shortening tours.
Federal ministers flooded with unprecedented level of anti-vaccination mail
Senior government ministers say they are receiving an unprecedented amount of anti-vaccination correspondence as experts warn of a new wave of vaccination distrust.
Migration 'reset' looms in budget as government eyes super-skilled talent
The country's former top public servant Martin Parkinson has urged the government to "go for broke" on skilled migration.
VIDEO: Surgeon shares pearls for laser refractive surgery in patients with...
In this video perspective from the virtual American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery meeting, William B. Trattler, MD, discusses how he approaches laser refractive...