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Eating Tofu, Soy Products May Stave Off Early Menopause Risk

Boston: Eating high amounts of whole grains, soy, tofu and other foods rich in vegetable proteins may prevent early menopause and prolong reproductive function...

Alcohol May Cause Muscle Loss In Post-Menopausal Women: Study

New York: Post-menopausal women who indulge in heavy alcohol consumption may be at a higher risk of developing sarcopenia -- the loss of muscle...

Hormone Therapy May Increase Risk Of Hearing Loss In Menopausal Women

London: Using hormone replacement therapy drugs are likely to increase the risk of older women becoming deaf, warns a study. Hormone replacement therapy is treatment...

Hot Flashes Could Predict Risk Of Heart Disease: Study

New York: Hot flashes in women at the pre-menopausal stages may signal emerging vascular dysfunction that can lead to heart disease, a study has...

Due To Sedentary Lifestyle, Ovarian Reserve Depleting Among Urban Women: Doctors

New Delhi: The ovarian reserve -- pool of eggs present in the ovaries -- is depleting due the increasing sedentary lifestyle in women living in...

Menopause Linked To Breathing Problems, Fatigue: Study

London: Menopausal women are likely to experience an accelerated decline in lung function, leading to increase in shortness of breath, reduced work capacity and fatigue,...

Menopause Before 40 Ups The Risk Of Fracture, Shows Study

New York: If you are in menopause before the age of 40, you have a higher fracture risk, even with calcium and vitamin...

Early Menopause Tied To Heart Risk And Early Death, Suggests Study

Women who enter menopause before the age of 45 are more likely to have cardiovascular problems and to die younger than women who enter...
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Early Menopause May Speed Up Aging In Women: Study

Women who enter menopause early may age faster than women in whom menopause arrives later, said a study Monday that could help pinpoint women...
Acupuncture May Cut Menopause Symptoms

Acupuncture May Cut Menopause Symptoms

The results revealed that after a year, the benefits persisted, with the group members maintaining an average 29.4 percent reduction from baseline.