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Menopause & hormone therapy

Provides information and recent research findings on menopause, hormone therapy, and alternatives. Includes listings of organizations and publications. Provides suggestions on how to communicate with your health provider.

Published: 2003
Menopause guidebook: helping you make informed healthcare decisions at midlife

Addresses only basic information about the menopause experience, and the reader is encouraged to consult other material, as listed in the Additional Resources section.

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Published: 2003

Details what to expect during and after menopause. Describes choices readers can make that will help them to stay happy and healthy.

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Is osteoporosis a menopausal disease?

Discusses the confusion about osteoporosis as a disease, the validity of bone density testing as a diagnostic tool, the links between menopause and osteoporosis, and the relationship between normal bone aging and osteoporosis.

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Published: 1998
Pros and cons of hormone therapy: making an informed decision

Offers a guide to help women make informed decisions about hormone therapy. Provides information about the risks and benefits.

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Published: 2000, 2002, 2004
The challenges of change: the midlife health needs of women with disabilities

Examines the difficulty in distinguishing the differential impacts of menopause, aging and the effects of a particular disability.

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Published: 2000
Managing menopause with diet, vitamins and herbs
Provides nutrition and diet advice for relief of symptoms, weight control and reducing the risk of breast cancer, heart and other disease in peri- and post-menopause.
Published: 2000
Menopause: an integrative approach
Offers information on different ways of managing the symptoms of menopause, using medical and alternative treatments.
Published: 2000
Menopause and heart disease
Discusses the relationship between menopause and heart disease. Highlights current guidelines about using hormone therapy and the risks for heart disease. (See Details)
Published: 2003-2005
Transdermal progesterone creams for postmenopausal women: more hype than hope?
Examines claims about the benefits of transdermal progesterone creams for relieving symptoms of menopause. Finds that currently available progesterone creams can not be recommended for treatment of symptoms associated with menopause. (See Details)
Published: 2005