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In a landmark book, What Your Doctor May Not Tell You About Breast Cancer, one of its authors discussed the link between reduced breast cancer risk and progesterone. Here’s what he found.
With osteoporosis your bones become fragile and brittle and so are easily broken and as more severe bone loss occurs, then even minor accidents can result in fractures.
Hot flushes are the most common complaint for women going through menopause. Find out what’s behind them and why they occur.
March is Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month
Prevention is the best option, so tackling oestrogen dominance is the first step because fibroids are produced by excess oestrogen and their growth is stimulated by it.
This occurs when the ovaries aren’t working properly and so few, or no, hormones are being produced by the body, but women could benefit from taking bioidentical hormones.
A study undertaken at Stanford University in California found that women who take HRT for more than five years double their risk of suffering breast cancer for every 12 months they spend taking it.
At menopause bone density can drop rapidly. We take a look at these two conditions associated with bone loss, how they differ and what you can do to guard against them.
Paroxetine may be given under the trade names of Seroxat or Paxil and if taken at the same time as Tamoxifen has an increased risk of death according to a study published on the British Medical Journal website.