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6 Most Common Female Hair Loss Causes During Menopause

It is normal to experience major fluctuations in hormone levels as you enter perimenopause, the years before menopause. Menopause is associated with a number of changes in our physical appearance.  Let’s peer into the some of the hair changes.  As we ...

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Osteoporosis

Contributed by Dr. Verna Brooks Mckenzie, Red Hot Mamas® Medical Expert Osteoporosis, otherwise called brittle bone disease, is a disorder of the skeleton characterized by compromised bone strength which predisposes to an increased risk of fracture. There is deterioration in ...

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5 Steps to Help You Stop HRT

Want to stop your hormone replacement therapy (HRT) but don’t know how? New research recently published in the Journal of Women’s Health found that certain methods appear to be more successful and your attitude about stopping matters. The study surveyed ...

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Menopause Map Being Used by Doctors

At the EXPO Hall during ICE/ENDO 2014, The Hormone Health Network directors are signing up doctors to use the Menopause Map. The Menopause Map, co-created by Red Hot Mamas and The Hormone Health Network. http://www.hormone.org/menopausemap/index.html  

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Photos From ICE/ENDO 2014

The first day of the Endocrine Society Annual meeting and international event ICE/ENDO 2014, was a great day. We would like to share with you a few images from the Hormone Health Network booth in the EXPO Hall, and the ...

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‘Hot’ Conversations about the Menopause Map

One of the ‘hot’ conversations in the Hormone Health Network booth is the Menopause Map, co-created by Red Hot Mamas® and The Hormone Health Network. To learn more about your personal journey with menopause, the Menopause Map™ can help you. ...

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Don’t Sugar Coat It…Diabetes Effects Menopause Symptoms

The Effects of Menopause and Diabetes Hormonal changes The menopause, and the years leading up to it, is when women’s bodies gradually produce less estrogen and progesterone. These hormonal changes can affect blood sugar levels differently for each individual. Many ...

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Social Ties Are Good For Your Health…

 “People Who Need People Are The Luckiest People In The World” Do you all remember Barbara Streisland singing that song?  Well, the words to that song illustrate the connection between friendship, health and our happiness.  It’s important to understand the ...

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GLAM is Back!

GLAM

As many as 75 percent of women who have gone through menopause are living with vaginal dryness, a bothersome symptom that they feel is negatively affecting their quality of life.[1,2] Despite the high prevalence, only 25 percent of women with vaginal ...

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