Once in a while, when I can’t remember where I put my keys or forget someone’s name, I think about my brain, and wonder if I take good care of it. After all, it is one of our biggest organs, weighing about 3 pounds. I think my hips are next in weight, but not defined […]
Have you noticed that often you can’t seem to grab a memory or a thought? Do you look at your dear friends and children and blank out on their names? Is your refrigerator and dashboard covered in sticky note reminders? Are you feeling discombobulated and confused? You might be smack in the middle of perimenopause!
Scientists Connect Lower Estradiol and Sex Hormone Binding Globulin Levels with Poor Cardiovascular Health
Scientists Connect Lower Estradiol and Sex Hormone Binding Globulin Levels with Poor Cardiovascular Health Researchers at the North American Menopause Society’s Annual Meeting in October recently shared findings from a study connecting endogenous sex hormones with cardiovascular health. Scientist, El Khoudary, Ph.D., says that the amount of endogenous sex hormones women have at midlife may
‘Oops! That train just went off the track. Hold on, my thought balloon popped. Hang on just a second, it’s right on the tip of my tongue.’ How many times have you uttered those words? Does it seem that what was once crystal clear in your mind now seems, shall we say—a little fuzzy? Welcome
A New Drug May Help Women With Early-Stage Breast Cancer Avoid Premature Menopause And Preserve Their Ability To Have Children A study, presented at the annual meeting of American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) in Chicago, showed that women who received AstraZeneca PLC’s drug goserelin along with chemotherapy were 64 percent less likely to develop premature menopause than women who