Any unusual bleeding should always be checked, and particularly post menopause.
Women may be more at risk of weight gain from lights or tv at night.
They may be linked, but which is affecting you?
You may put it down to ‘just the menopause’ but these other causative factors may surprise you.
Osteoporosis is a serious condition and you can help improve your bones with some simple exercises.
Lack of sleep from hot flushes is one thing, but is your bladder also a problem?
Diabetes is on the rise generally, and at menopause women can be even more vulnerable.
High blood pressure is associated with a number of risks, including heart disease and strokes.
Bioidentical hormones are best known for helping with hormonal symptoms, but they have an important role in fighting inflammation too.
Given the panic recently over HRT medication being less available, leading Nutrition expert Patrick Holford looks at why HRT is not the answer for hormonal symptoms.