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Here’s a universal truth: Our bodies change. But here’s another universal truth: You can still have great sex in your 50s.
It’s true that menopausal women can benefit from taking estrogen and progesterone to quiet menopausal symptoms, but testosterone just isn’t one of those hormones that we all need.
While it’s tempting to know where you stand, hormones are highly complex and function in conjunction with so many other aspects of your biology that lab results wind up being mostly just a number.
Hormone therapy can replenish the body's estrogen and progesterone. But how do you know if—and when—it’s right for you?
If you’re new to Evernow, you might be wondering how all this actually works. So we’ve put together a step-by-step guide for what to expect when you sign up for membership.
You may be wondering why hot flashes happen, what causes them, and what to expect. Let’s dive right in.
Weight gain and body fat redistribution as women enter perimenopause and menopause is a very real and universal phenomenon that virtually all women will experience.
Absolute risks of health outcomes for women in menopause and at the appropriate age for hormone replacement therapy (HRT).
With coronavirus on the loose, many women may be wondering what they can do to protect themselves.
Learn why you're experiencing hot flashes, the medical treatments to reduce them and some simple lifestyle changes you can make to manage them.
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Vaginal dryness is pretty much what it sounds like - feeling not well lubricated, itchy and irritated, and even “too tight.” It can make sex anything from uncomfortable to extermely painful.
If you’re someone who’s always getting up at night to go to the bathroom, a new study offers some hope in the form of hormone therapy.
The connection between diabetes, menopause, and hormone therapy is not commonly known.
A new study presented at the North American Menopause Society’s (NAMS) annual meeting indicates that a growing number of women are using cannabis to manage their menopause symptoms.
Read on to learn about the books and ideas that inspire this journalist and why she thinks 50 is the best age yet.
The founding CEO of TendLab and the co-leader of the Fam Tech Founders Collaborative, Amy Henderson has made a name for herself collaborating with companies to optimize the workplace for parents.
An experienced benefits attorney, lecturer, and entrepreneur. Debbie Dickinson has put her Harvard Law and Wharton Business School degrees to use by developing a solution for one of menopause’s most challenging side effects.