As you move through the menopausal transition, taking care of your personal health will likely migrate to the top of your list and that includes annual mammograms. However, even the experts disagree as to when and how often you should take pictures of your ‘breast friends.’ The American Cancer Society (ACS); the National Comprehensive Cancer […]
New Study Tests Testosterone Cream For Menopause A new study has looked into the effectiveness of a testosterone cream approved for use in Western Australia on women experiencing menopause. Published in Menopause, journal of the North American Menopause Society (NAMS), the research investigated whether prescribed dosages of the cream could bring testosterone levels in the blood back to
Happy National Women’s Health Week!! Women Going Through Menopause Need To Be Better Supported At Work All women go through the menopause, and most women work, so how does the menopause affect women at work? New results indicate that many women need more managerial support going through the menopause; otherwise their experience could be lost
No matter how much we complain about our breasts—“they bounce when I run, they are six inches lower that they used to be, the left one is bigger than the right”—we don’t want anything worse than “natural sag” to ever happen to them. They have fed our children, filled our shirts, and, let’s face it, are quite sexy.
So if you want keep your breast cancer risk from mounting into menopause (show of hands, please?), you first need to understand the connection between your age, reproductive health, menopause, and breast cancer.
Here are some detailed answers to women’s most common questions about menopause and breast cancer:
Want to play it extra safe? Lisa Kalison of Discovery Screening introduces us to a new method of making sure your breasts are happy and healthy!