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  1. Is Your Brain Fog From Menopause, Dementia, or ADHD?Read the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | MSN Healthy Living

    ... symptoms are bothersome enough that you want to get treatment and they're related to menopause, hormone replacement therapy (HRT) can help, she says. However, women are understandably nervous about HRT because of the potential increased risk of ...

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  2. SottoPelle Launches Beta of New Responsive Website for Ease of Patients and PhysiciansRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | PRWeb

    ... to meet this growth for our patients and physicians." SottoPelle is a leader of bio identical hormone replacement therapy (BHRT) for the treatment of Menopause , Andropause, Traumatic Brain Injury, Parkinson's disease, and other medical concerns. ...

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  3. Hormone Therapy for Menopause Linked to Gastrointestinal BleedingRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 18 | WebMD

    Hormone replacement therapy to relieve menopausal symptoms may raise the risk a bit for serious lower intestinal bleeding, a new study suggests. In the 1990s, millions of American women turned to hormone replacement therapy to help ease the symptoms of menopause .

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  4. What You Should Know About Hormone Therapy's Link to GI TroublesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 19 | Health.com

    Hormone replacement therapy to relieve menopausal symptoms may raise the risk a bit for serious lower intestinal bleeding, a new study suggests. In the 1990s, millions of American women turned to hormone replacement therapy to help ease the symptoms of menopause.

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  5. Alternative therapies for hot flashes are hit or missRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 15 | Fox News

    ... among the common - and bothersome - symptoms that women experience when going through menopause. Hormone replacement therapy (HRT) usually involves a combination of estrogen and progestin, and has been shown to reduce hot flashes associated with ...

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  6. Everyday drugs: The rise and fall of HRTRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday May 17 | New Scientist

    Few treatments have been the subject of such confusing and conflicting findings as hormone replacement therapy, which surged in popularity in the West in the 1980s and 90s. Back then, enthusiasts suggested that, as well as relieving menopausal symptoms such as hot flushes and night sweats, its benefits extended to protecting the heart and bones, and boosting libido .

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  7. Alternative Therapies for Hot Flashes Hit or Miss: StudyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 15 | News Max

    ... among the common and bothersome - symptoms that women experience when going through menopause. Hormone replacement therapy (HRT) usually involves a combination of estrogen and progestin, and has been shown to reduce hot flashes associated with ...

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  8. Surprising Early Warning Signs Of Stroke In WomenRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 13 | Weekend

    ... percent of women polled knew that pregnancy, lupus, migraine headaches, birth-control pills and hormone replacement therapy increase their stroke risk, the study found. "I think we have a ways to go when it comes to educating women about stroke and ...

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  9. Women with Inherited KRAS-variant Mutation May Be at Increased...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 12 | Health News Digest

    ... Results showed that acute estrogen withdrawal, as experienced after ovary removal, or with hormone replacement therapy discontinuation, and/or a low estrogen state were associated with breast cancer in women with the KRAS-variant. Acute estrogen ...

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  10. Strength training may not lead to weight loss for all womenRead the original story

    Sunday May 10 | Seattle Times

    You're a regular in the gym's weight room, grunting and sweating in hopes of turning fat into muscle and maybe even losing some weight - and yet your goal eludes you. New research finds that some women are resistant to resistance training.

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  11. 'On Treating Athletes with Banned Substances: The Relationship...Read the original story

    Friday May 8 | Neuroethics & Law Blog

    ... sports that have high rates of concussion, a mild form of TBI. Emerging research suggests that hormone replacement therapy is an effective treatment for TBI-related hormone deficiency. However, many athletic organizations ban or severely limit the ...

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  12. Genes can thwart some women's exercise regimensRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 8 | The Janesville Gazette

    You're a regular in the gym's weight room, grunting and sweating in hopes of turning fat into muscle and maybe even losing some weight. And yet your goal eludes you.

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  13. SLU professor reveals why women have higher rates of strokes than men, suggests steps to reduce riskRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 8 | Medical News

    ... one of the most significant risk factors for stroke. Certain kinds of oral contraceptive pills, hormone replacement therapy, or hormones taken as treatments for other health conditions also contribute to higher risk for stroke. In addition, women ...

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  14. Many Women Unaware of Female-Specific Stroke SymptomsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 7 | MedicineNet

    ... of women polled knew that pregnancy , lupus , migraine headaches, birth-control pills and hormone replacement therapy increase their stroke risk, the study found. "I think we have a ways to go when it comes to educating women about stroke and their ...

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  15. Play Some Slots, Get a Blood Transfusion: The Revel Casino Set to...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 7 | Inventor Spot

    ... you." Here is the list of medical services that will be offered at the newly renovated Revel: Hormone replacement therapy, cryotherapy, nutrient IV therapy, blood analysis of hormones, and hormone replacement. Doctors and staff will also offer blood ...

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  16. Health Watch: Pack your pantry with healthy itemsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 1 | SouthCoastToday.com

    ... a mere 11 percent could identify pregnancy, lupus, migraine headaches, oral contraception or hormone replacement therapy as female-specific stroke risks, according to a news release. Pioneering health and wellness advocate, Suzanne Somers, delivers ...

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  17. Migraines, hormones, pre-eclampsia, lifespan all feature in increased strokes for womenRead the original story

    Thursday May 7 | Science Daily

    ... one of the most significant risk factors for stroke. Certain kinds of oral contraceptive pills, hormone replacement therapy, or hormones taken as treatments for other health conditions also contribute to higher risk for stroke. In addition, women ...

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  18. Migraines + Hormones + Pre-eclampsia + Lifespan = More Strokes for WomenRead the original story

    Thursday May 7 | Newswise

    ... one of the most significant risk factors for stroke. Certain kinds of oral contraceptive pills, hormone replacement therapy, or hormones taken as treatments for other health conditions also contribute to higher risk for stroke. In addition, women ...

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  19. Longtime Zero Breast Cancer executive Janice Barlow retiresRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 4 | Marin Independent Journal

    ... how to lower the risk of developing breast cancer. Now most scientists agree women should avoid hormone replacement therapy with estrogen, not consume alcoholic beverages and maintain a healthy weight to reduce their risks. There's also a greater ...

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  20. Why weight-training might not be workingRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 4 | Stuff.co.nz

    For some women, however hard they work to shape up with resistance exercise, their genes seem to work harder to thwart their efforts. You're a regular in the gym's weight room, grunting and sweating in hopes of turning fat into muscle and maybe even losing some weight.

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