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Menopause memory spray

A new testosterone spray has been found to improve the memory of menopausal women. As women age their testosterone levels decrease, reaching a low point at approximately 65 years old: the age at which the incidence of dementia begins to climb.

The spray could be used as a new therapy to slow cognitive decline and reduce dementia in women.

Read more at Monash University

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