January 2002 Issue

Health Concerns At Menopause: HRT Vs. Natural Remedies For Relief

Most women can expect to live 25 years after their child-bearing days are over. That’s good news, of course, but the added years also mean dealing with the long-term consequences of menopause. Though not every woman struggles with the discomforts menopause can bring—hot flashes, depression, vaginal dryness, urinary tract infections, sleep disturbances and memory lapses—the threat of heart disease and osteoporosis plague all older women.

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