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Endo 08: What to do about HRT in menopausal women? : ACP Internist

Kathryn Horwitz, PhD, of the Univ. of Colorado Health Science Center, gave a fascinating talk today on "The Year in Hormones and Cancer." A...

QD: News Every Day--Women still on hormone replacement therapy for menopausal symptoms : ACP Internist

Nearly 1 in 10 doctors still prescribes hormone replacement therapy (HRT) a decade years after the Women's Health Initiative (WHI) was halte...

Can we start using menopausal estrogen replacement again safely? : ACP Internist

Estrogen is a miracle drug for many women who experience the drenching sweats, sexual dysfunction and frustrating brain betrayals associated...

June 2010 | ACP Internist

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We've learned everything we need from the Women's Health Initiative, so enough already : ACP Internist

This is the study that doesn't end ... The long term follow up extends ... Some people started studying hormones in menopause, And they'll c...

QD: News Every Day--Soy associated with premenopausal hot flashes in white women : ACP Internist

Moderate soy intake may influence menopausal symptoms in premenopausal women, a study concluded. To evaluate the association of vasomotor sy...

Can we unmuddle mammography? : ACP Internist

A new study of mammography , showing lack of survival benefit, has once again muddied these waters and muddled the relevant messaging. The s...

QD: News Every Day--Pomegranate seed oil not useful for menopausal hot flashes : ACP Internist

Pomegranate seed oil does not significantly reduce hot flashes in postmenopausal women, researchers concluded. Pomegranate seed oil is rich...

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800 to 1, 000 mg of vitamin D3 per day for post- menopausal white women (National Osteoporosis Foundation Physician’s Guide to Prevention and Treatment of Osteoporosis). ‡

Incontinence in women a neglected but treatable problem | ACP Internist

Incontinence affects one in four pre-menopausal women and nearly half of post-menopausal women. But it's treatable at any age, and treatment is associated with far less morbidity.

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