Red Hot Mamas Website Receives a Makeover

By: Red Hot Mamas

Published: June 9, 2010

The Red Hot Mamas are growing better, not just older. Our website, www.redhotmamas.org has a fresh, new look!

The site is upbeat and provides insightful information about menopause. Karen Giblin, founder and president of Red Hot Mamas Menopause Management Education Programs encourages all women to become actively involved in their menopausal health care. Our new website provides the latest information so that women can make the best decisions about their health and well-being at menopause and beyond.

We are pleased to announce our new alliance with Vibrance Associates. As a result of our teaming up, we have weaved together a collection of highly credentialed, award-winning websites. We are now able to deliver the latest information on menopause, medical research, alternative strategies, treatment options and advice to help you take care of yourself now and in the future.

The makeover creates a comfortable, homey, colorful place for people to explore the world of menopause information. With so many different types of learners, the site is not designed for a specific type of person.

Some people are pressed for time and look for “fast information” about a specific topic. The site promotes easy research by providing a straightforward, uncomplicated means of navigation.

Others who prefer to take their time and sort through the wealth of material at their own pace will also be at ease. A “one-stop” place to explore all areas of menopause from treatment options to peer-to-peer support is now available through www.redhotmamas.org

Whether the topic is menopause, nutrition, sexuality or other, you’ll find it covered within our site. The web is just one more way the Red Hot Mamas continues to take original approaches to menopause education helping women become a more confident participant in their menopausal health care decisions.

If you have any comments or suggestions about the new site, e-mail: rjgiblin@redhotmamas.org.

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