Many women choose alternative medicines over hormone therapy because they have a higher risk of breast cancer. Should they give black cohosh a try?
Around 7,000 women were on waiting lists for menopause treatment in England earlier this year, one report found.
Workplace initiatives for women to discuss health and wellbeing can be formal or informal but they should focus on individual needs to be sustainable.
Two recommendations for making menopause work for women at work.
Tracking the many physical and emotional symptoms of menopause with a website, app or diary can help women better monitor their health.
Women are increasingly seeking testosterone therapy to treat fatigue and brain fog. But there’s no evidence it improves symptoms of menopause.
Experts examine the five questions they commonly hear from women and girls about their hormones and ADHD symptoms.
For women ages 18 to 49, migraines are the leading cause of disability throughout the world.
As participation levels rise, TV viewing figures increase and sponsorship income improves year on year, what’s left to achieve for women in football?
Three scholars who are writing a book about menopause and the law suggest ways to protect women experiencing it.
The most popular supplements for hot flushes are phytoestrogens (or plant estrogens). This trend has been partly driven by companies that promote them as a safer alternative to hormone therapy.
Weightlifting can help mitigate some of the changes that accompany the menopause.
Many women say they put on weight during menopause, but is the menopause actually causing the weight gain? Here’s what the science says.
Many UK employers have moved ahead of the government to make working life easier for menopausal employees.
Uncertainty about how long symptoms will last can be tough for women going through hormonal changes that come with menopause. Unfortunately, there isn’t a clear cut time frame.
Women’s fertility declines with age, but the ‘cliff’ we often hear about at age 35 is a myth: it’s more of a gentle slope.
Women live longer than men, yet they cease reproductive life earlier than men because of the menopause. Why this apparent contradiction?
Despite what some media outlets have reported, this latest study only shows a link between the two.
The information about how menopause affects workers should be more diverse.
It’s still unclear whether HRT can protect brain function and prevent dementia.