Menopause News Flash: A New Screening Strategy for Ovarian Cancer May Save Lives - Ellen Dolgen

Menopause News Flash: A New Screening Strategy for Ovarian Cancer May Save Lives

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No need to go scouring the Internet. I’m here for you with all the latest menopause news.

A new (and first ever!) test for ovarian cancer appears to be highly effective in detecting the disease before it becomes deadly, according to the American Cancer Society. If verified in ongoing studies, it could save the lives of thousands of women each year in the U.S. alone.

As if you needed another reason to eat your fruits and veggies, a new study from the University of Hawaii Cancer Center shows thatproduce reduces the risk of invasive bladder cancer in women.

Give back, live longer. A new review by the University of Exeter Medical School shows that volunteering can boost your mental health and cut your risk of death by 20 percent.

 

Tell your daughters: Drinking alcohol during the years between her first period and first pregnancy is associated with an increased risk of both benign breast disease and breast cancer, finds a new study in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute. Lucky for us, drinking after your first pregnancy doesn’t have quite the same effect.

Pre-season football is on. But if you root for the wrong team, your waistline can pay the price. New research in Psychological Science shows that the day following a big football game, fans of a losing team load up on saturated fats and sugars, while fans of a winning team opt for healthier foods.

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THE LIGHTER SIDE

Let’s hang out! September is Menopause Awareness Month! Celebrate by joining us for a special Menopause Awareness Month Menopause Mondays on Monday, September 16th at 5:30PM PST 8:30 EST! Ellen will be hosting a live and interactive Google Hangout where guests will discuss their own menopause stories and Ellen will answer audience questions about everything menopause!

If you want to share your menopausal story on-camera during the Hangout, submit your menopause story to Ellen at menopausemondays@ellendolgen.com by September 10th. All you need is a microphone and a video camera on your computer. If you have any questions you want answered, comments, or feedback from the last Hangout email them to menopausemondays@ellendolgen.com. Sign up here!

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