Welcome back to Menopause Mondays®, where we tackle the triumphs and trials of the menopausal journey with the latest insights and advice. This week, we’re savoring the topic of nutrition — an essential ingredient for managing menopause with gusto. Let’s dish out the latest on how your eating can influence your menopausal experience. Feeding Your […]
New Vaccine May Slow Down Progression of Breast Cancer Researchers at the Washington University School of Medicine have stamped a new breast cancer vaccine as safe for patients with metastatic breast cancer in a small clinical trial. The preliminary evidence published in Clinical Cancer Research demonstrates that the vaccine prepares the patient’s immune system to
Unhealthy Diets A Greater Health Threat Than Tobacco The office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights has boldly stepped into the food wars, claiming that an unhealthy diet is a greater global health risk than tobacco. The statement was issued in mid-May in Geneva at a Consumers International (CI) event, which also served to promote the
For some women, the diagnosis of breast cancer is a catastrophic event. For others, like my cousin Karen, it was just an annoying blip in her extraordinarily busy life. I want to thank Karen for letting me share her story. I think women (and men) everywhere will be inspired by her attitude and her approach.
This week in perimenopause and menopause news: How to help Oklahoma tornado victims, the new way to up your osteoporosis drug’s power, the heart benefits of hormone replacement therapy, and the best diet for your memory.