Archive for Menopause News



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We Need to Know How Menopause Changes Womens Brains – The New York Times

During menopause, which marks the end of a womans menstrual cycles, her ovaries stop producing the hormones estrogen and progesterone, bringing an end to her natural childbearing years. But those hormones also regulate how the brain functions, and the brain governs their release meaning that menopause is a neurological process as well. Many of the symptoms of menopause cannot possibly be directly produced by the ovaries, if you think about the hot flashes, the night sweats, the anxiety, the depression, the insomnia, the brain fog, says Lisa Mosconi, an associate professor of neurology at Weill Cornell Medicine and director of its Womens Brain Initiative

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Curtain Up: ‘Menopause The Musical,’ ‘An Evening with Whitney’ and more Vegas showbiz news – Las Vegas Sun

Courtesy Base Hologram An Evening with Whitney: The Whitney Houston Hologram Concert has a new start date and a newshowroom.

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Amyris Partners With Naomi Watts To Launch Science-Backed Wellness Brand Focused On Menopause – PRNewswire

EMERYVILLE,Calif., July 22, 2021 /PRNewswire/ --Amyris, Inc. (Nasdaq: AMRS), a leading synthetic biotechnology company active in the Clean Health, Beauty and Wellness markets through its consumer brands and a top supplier of sustainable and natural ingredients, today announced a partnership with Naomi Watts to create a new consumer brand to provide science-backed, menopause wellness personal care products. Ms.

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Amenorrhea: Everything you need to know about the condition – The Indian Express

Menstrual cycle is indicative of a womans health. Menstrual flow usually occurs every 21-35 days and lasts for two to seven days. It is the hormonal process that a womans body goes through every month after puberty till menopause to prepare for a possible pregnancy.

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Cancer symptoms in women: Breast, cervical, and more – Medical News Today

Cancer is a disease that occurs when cells in the body mutate and begin growing abnormally. The symptoms of cancer in females will depend on where in the body it is, its size, and how it impacts nearby organs.

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Why my generation should care about the WASPI women – iNews

Last week,the campaign forWomen Against State Pension Inequality (Waspi)scored a major symbolic victory. Women who were born in the 1950s were found to have been the victims of maladministration by a report, which concluded thatthe Department for Work and Pensions (DWP)was too slow to directly inform those affected of the changes

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Claudia Winkleman says she’s ready for the menopause and ‘totally open’ to HRT – OK! magazine

Claudia Winkleman has scarcely popped up on our Zoom screen before launching into a full-scale apology.

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In Conversation: What everyone should know about menopause – Medical News Today

Menopause specialist Dr. Louise Newson and broadcaster Rachel New talk about what everyone should know about perimenopause and menopause.

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Menopause and perimenopause: Diagnosis, symptoms and misinformation around HRT – ABC News

While it's a normal stage in women's lives, the symptoms of menopause are infrequently talked about and often not taken seriously by the medical profession. It's estimated that around a quarter of women will experience serious symptoms like anxiety, depression, debilitating sweats and migraines.

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Young, hot and bothered: going through menopause in my 30s | podcast – The Guardian

In 2017, Harriet Gibsone was a music journalist for the Guardian working hard, going out lots, and just married. She was ready for her 30s, but not quite ready for a family. Then, at 31, she started to experience symptoms she couldnt make sense of: forgetfulness, mysterious mood swings and bouts of weeping, and being woken in the night by sudden hot flushes.

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Can menopause put you out of work? Experts reveal how to cope with symptoms that affect your office life – woman&home

Can menopause symptoms become so unruly that women are forced to leave their jobs? A recent article suggests so, which in turn has opened the social media floodgates. Though readers are questioning the piece's statistics and delving into ageism in the office, one thing is certain: a hot flash or two is likely to happen at some point during a meeting or conference call.

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Concept of giving us an expiration date really unfair: Salma Hayek opens up on menopause – The Indian Express

Salma Hayek recently opened up about the myths and misconceptions surrounding menopause. People have the wrong assumption that [menopause] is when a woman stops being sexy, she was quoted as saying by The Sunday Times Style. She spoke about how it is unfair to put an expiration date for everything on women, based on their ability to create babies.

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Scots mum who thought she was suffering early menopause devastated to discover she has terminal cancer – Daily Record

A Scots mum who thought she was suffering early menopause was devastated to discover she had terminal cancer. Jennifer McBurnie, 42, initially thought she was tired because she was a busy mum-of-three working as a physiotherapist. She booked an appointment with her doctor when the symptoms continued

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Michelle O’Neill: Talking about the menopause will help end the stigma – Belfast Telegraph

Deputy First Minister Michelle ONeill has spoken about her experience of dealing with the menopause.

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Judith Cummins MP: ‘Patchy recognition, support, and treatment for menopause is unacceptable’ – Bradford Telegraph and Argus

MUCH of the work of Parliament is done through All-Party Parliamentary Groups (APPGs). I chair a number of these groups including the Rugby League APPG.Telegraph & Argus readers may have seen that as the Chair of this group I spoke to the Rugby Football League and helped overturn their decision on ceasing to fund the Bradford Bulls Elite academy.

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Wish List: Foodie updates, and treats to brighten your weekend – Irish Examiner

Exciting news for all you foodies! Sean Doyle has been appointed head chef at The Killarney Park Hotel, where he first started on the culinary ladder.

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From how to eat during the menopause to banishing moobs, your midlife fitness questions answered – Telegraph.co.uk

Welcome to the part of our midlife series where your fitness questions are answered. If you missed part one, you can click here to revisit it

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Poor Quality of Life Linked to Stopping Hormonal Therapy Treatment Early – Breastcancer.org

Women who reported poor physical well-being, poor social well-being, and a history of depression were more likely to stop hormonal therapy treatment early, according to a study. The research was published online on June 17, 2021, by the journal JAMA Oncology

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This Is What No One Tells You About Going Through Menopause – HuffPost

Youve probably never turned on the nightly news and heard the anchors talking about menopause or gone to a charity event where all the women were discussing who was still getting their period. Thats because menopause is something women go through mostly alone. And as our bodies and our hormones are unique to us, we dont all share the same experience when were going through it.

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Mum, 27 told muscular pain was ‘early menopause’ dies of terminal cancer – North Wales Live

When Lizzy Evans fell pregnant with her fourth child, she couldn't have been happier that her family was almost complete. But not long into the pregnancy, the 27-year-old started to bleed heavily and to her shock, was diagnosed with cervical cancer

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Menopause remains a taboo topic in workplaces, new research reveals – Women’s Agenda

Menopause remains a taboo subject in the workplace, with new research revealing many Australian women who experience menopause feel unsupported by their employers and consider leaving the workplace. 83 per cent of respondents to a recent survey who had experienced menopause said it negatively affected their work life, while nearly one in two said they considered retiring or taking a break from work because of it

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Experimental Treatment Could Restore Fertility in Women With Early Menopause – Everyday Health

Many women in the United States are choosing to postpone having children until later in life. Although the birth rate is flat or going down in most age groups, births among women ages 40 to 44 years old has been rising since the early 1980s, and this age group accounted for 114,730 of the 3.8 million babies born in 2017, according to the birth statistics from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). For women who want to have a child in their forties, plans for a family can be derailed by early menopause, and may only be possible through a donor egg

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Delayed or Missed Periods: Here are the reasons – The Tribune India

New Delhi, April 4 Every woman is different -- including their periods.

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Mum dies of cervical cancer after check-ups were halted due to the pandemic – Evening Standard

A mother-of-four has died of cervical cancer after she was misdiagnosed with early menopause and her check-ups were halted due to the pandemic. Lizzy Evans, 27, from Bagillt, Wales, was pregnant with her fourth child when she was first diagnosed with cervical cancer. She began treatment soon after giving birth and was given the all-clear

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Young mum told muscle pain was ‘early menopause’ dies of terminal cancer aged 27 – Daily Star

Lizzy Evans was devastated after being diagnosed with cervical cancer not long after finding out she was pregnant with her fourth child. The bombshell news meant she had to deliver her daughter eight weeks early so she could begin treatment as soon as possible. In May last year, Lizzy, just 27-years-old from Bagillt, Flintshire, was given the all-clear

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