New research from Mayo Clinic shows that women with high levels of clot-producing platelets in their blood are at increased risk of memory problems in menopause.
Got milk? High intakes of calcium are associated with a higher risk of death from cardiovascular disease in women, according to research from Uppsala University in Sweden.
University of Adelaide researchers have identified a cell that plays a key role in the formation of ovaries. Scientists say the discovery will be critical in treating and preventing conditions including infertility and ovarian cancer in the future.
Put a pin in it! Acupuncture may reduce hot flashes in women with breast cancer undergoing anti-estrogen therapy, according to a new study in the Journal of Complementary and Alternative Medicine.
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5 thoughts on “Menopause News Flash: Where Did Your Memory Go?”
I ask this question every day. As I look for it. Futilely.
Do you remember the answer you get?
Thanks for the health updates Ellen. No milk, no problem for me. And thanks for the Lighter Side tidbits, fun stuff.
Thanks Brenda. I try to compile the best news I find into one digestible bite (lactose free, gluten free, lol)
well that explains it all. I must be a high clot producer!!