Menopause News Flash: How Hormone Replacement Therapy Affects Your Gallbladder - Ellen Dolgen

Menopause News Flash: How Hormone Replacement Therapy Affects Your Gallbladder

Menopause News Flash
NEWS YOU CAN USE

 

Taking estrogen pills increases a menopausal woman’s risk of needing gallbladder surgery to treat complications of gallstones, according to a new French study. Patches and gels, however, don’t increase the risk of gallstones.

Bottom’s up! Sipping green tea and coffee regularly can lower your risk of having a stroke, according to research published in Stroke: Journal of the American Heart Association.

 

Women who work night shifts have an increased risk of developing ovarian cancer, according to a new study in Occupational and Environmental Medicine. Night owls may also be at a higher risk than are morning larks.

Put down the ice cream! Patients who consume high-fat dairy products following breast cancer diagnosis increase their chances of dying from the disease years later, according to a study by Kaiser Permanente researchers.

 

THE LIGHTER SIDE

 

Save the date! Ellen will be holding her first Menopause MondaysTM Google+ hangout on April 1 at 5 pm PST/ 8 pm EST. Not yet following Ellen? Add her to your circles now!

Attention, men! We want to know: What do men think of menopause? To help clue us in, please fill out this short survey about how menopause impacts your life as a man. Don’t worry, you can remain anonymous!

 

Win Stem Cell Worx Intraoral Spray! Enter to win the spray (a $65 value!) now!

Is it hot in here or is it just you? Get discounts on great menopause products at EllenDolgen.com. Available now: cooling clothes, a sleek and discrete chargeable fan, and more. Enter promo code “ellend” to save serious cash!

 

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6 thoughts on “Menopause News Flash: How Hormone Replacement Therapy Affects Your Gallbladder”

    1. Thanks for visiting and commenting Shelley. Even though it has the word “diet” in it, it isn’t going to shrink our waistlines unfortunately! I would think coffee and tea is a better substitute than diet coke.

    1. Well thank you Lori for stopping by and for the nice comment. We can’t be too hard on ourselves to be on a “right track” all the time. No one is perfect. I give you a standing ovation and round of applause for being “mostly on the right track”. Keep it up!

  1. So much to know and so much that can b contradictory. Ellen, what is your take on bioidentical hormones? Sorry if you have already covered this topic.

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