Dry January is that time of the year. 31 days alcohol-free. “It’s about you taking a break, living better, feeling better. Starting your new year, the right way”. Read more
Cervical Health Awareness Month 2023 is January in the United States and Cervical Cancer Prevention Week is 23 – 29 Jan 2023, in the United Kingdom. Read more
Menopause News 2022 What’s Hot showcases some evidence-based menopause news by menopause societies, international and national health sources. Read more
Menopause Videos 2022 What’s Hot showcases some evidence-based menopause videos by menopause societies, international and national health sources. Read more
Seen This December 2022 What’s Hot includes some health information from International Sources, which may be new or updated. Read more
Women’s Health News 2022 What’s Hot showcases some evidence-based women’s health news by international Sources which may be new or updated. Read more
“The theme for World Menopause Day 2022 is Cognition and Mood”. Yes. “Brain fog is normal and common at midlife“. Read more
Menopause or perimenopause can result in the pattern of a woman’s headaches or migraines, changing. New treatment options may be available. Read more
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Meno Martha International Menopause Directory showcases evidence-based information by Menopause Societies and International Sources.
October is #WorldMenopauseMonth.
Menopause showcases evidence-based information by #Menopause Societies and International Sources.
It’s world menopause month. Let’s listen to what the clinicians say about menopause. I’ve got @AnniceMukherjee. Susan Davis and Isaac Manyonda on my podcast already. Next week @VikramSinai I asked Isaac if all women need hormone therapy. #menopause
Menopause and Cardiovascular Disease
During menopause, our risk can increase for cardiovascular disease (CVD) – heart disease and stroke.
#Menopause #MenopauseAwarenessMonth #WorldMenopauseMonth #WorldMenopauseMonth2023 #WorldMenopauseDay
Breast Cancer Awareness Month 2023
When did you last check your breasts?
When was your last mammogram?
Doing these, may be the most important things you do this month.
#BreastCancerAwarenessMonth #BreastCancer #Menopause