Menopause News Flash: Effects of Wine on Estrogen & More! - Ellen Dolgen

Menopause News Flash: Effects of Wine on Estrogen & More!

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What does your favorite Cab Sauv have to do with estrogen levels? Find out here.

Learn how to be physically and financially fit—the Jane Fonda of your wallet!

Is your thyroid trying to tell you something? The answer may not be over-the-counter thyroid medication. Read why here.

Another reason to be a prepared-for-PM&M shmirshky—you could be a crosswords whiz!

Do you like your hips? …Let me rephrase that. Take care of those hips! Women who went off Prempro were found to have 55% greater risk of hip fractures. Learn about the different kinds of HRT available today so that you can access your personal risks/benefits of hormone replacement.

If you would rather mop the floor than make love with your partner, doing Kegels (exercising your shmirshky muscle) is not the answer. Talk to your PM&M specialist about checking your hormones!

What’s green and helps with hot flashes? Hint: It was probably very abundant in “Moby [Erlick]”!

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