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August 1998 Issue

Finding Natural Ways To Minimize The Side Effects of Menopause

As they face 50, women feel forced to deal with a difficult choice: An increased risk of breast cancer versus the possibility of several years of night sweats, hot flashes, memory problems, depression, weight gain, palpitations, anxiety, insomnia or incontinence, followed by an increased risk of osteoporosis and heart disease. The differing consequences hinge on whether a woman takes hormone replacement therapy (HRT), the standard solution to boost declining levels of estrogen and

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