First Global Tool Developed To Predict And Treat Menopause - Ellen Dolgen
Close this search box.

First Global Tool Developed To Predict And Treat Menopause

First Global Tool Developed To Predict And Treat Menopause

Professor Susan Davis and colleagues from the School of Public Health and Preventative Medicine at Monash University in Australia have developed the first simple tool that can predict the onset of menopause and recommend treatment for symptoms based on the person, the country they live in, and the availability of treatments locally. The Practitioner Toolkit for Managing  Menopause. It was presented in the July 6, 2014, edition of the journal Climacteric.

Should Pelvic Exams Be Skipped?

The guideline published last Monday in the Annals of Internal Medicine was based on a review of 52 studies that found no evidence that pelvic exams helped detect serious health problems like ovarian cancer, uterine cancer, or vaginal infections early enough to save a woman’s life or preserve fertility. The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, responded to the new guideline by saying that it stands by its own guideline issued last year, which recommends an annual pelvic exam for women 21 or older.

What You Eat May Affect Your Body’s Internal Biological Clock

Food not only nourishes the body but also affects its internal biological clock, which regulates the daily rhythm of many aspects of human behavior and biology. Researchers provide new insights into how adjusting the clock through dietary manipulation may help patients with various conditions and show that insulin may be involved in resetting the clock.


2 thoughts on “First Global Tool Developed To Predict And Treat Menopause”

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Get The Latest Updates


No spam, notifications only about new products, updates.

Social Media


On Key

Related Posts

The Surprising Role of Testosterone

Discover the vital role of testosterone in women’s health during menopause. Learn about easing symptoms, forms of testosterone, and the menopause care gap. Educate yourself to advocate for the care you need and deserve.

There is Nothing Wrong With the Word Vagina

Are you comfortable with the word, vagina? Explore the history and significance of this word, and why using the right terms is crucial for our health. Let’s talk openly and empower each other!

Hormone Therapy Guide

So, you’ve hit perimenopause, and the symptoms are hitting you hard: sleepless nights, irritability, night sweats, hot flashes, weight gain, and a disappearing libido. Not exactly a party, right? It’s time to consider hormone therapy (HT), but before you dive in, let’s clear up some misconceptions and explore your options.

Scroll to Top

Special Pre-Sale Sign-Up For

Say goodbye to confusion and hello to empowerment!  

I’ve got you!