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Incidental Imaging Findings
Early detections save lives. But are some of the incidental imaging findings causing more harm than good?
Portuguese women and menopause
Studies give us a snapshot of the typical menopausal woman. What can recent Portuguese menopause research tell us that we do not already know?
Dr. Margery Gass NAMS Menopause Researcher
Dr. Margery Gass discusses her dedication to menopause research and explains the progress being made in women's healthcare.
Putting HRT risks into perspective
HRT does come with some risks but previous reports scared many women and did little to educate patients.
From WHI 2001 to NAMS 2012 an evolution
Since 2001 women have feared HRT. Educating ourselves is our best bet when deciding on menopausal treatment options.
Estrogen vs. Estrogen and Progesterone
Our series on HRT explains the different types of hormone therapy for women who have different needs.
NAMS Hormone Therapy Position Statement 2012
Is HRT still a bad thing? Can it help some menopausal women? We look at how ongoing research helps separate fact from fear.
Vulvar atrophy and menopause
This article is a brief look at vulvar atrophy,what to look for and how it affects your intimate relationships. There is help and you no longer have to suffer or think that there is something ‘wrong’ with you.
Vulvar atrophy and painful intercourse
Painful intercourse issues during menopause-it's not all in our heads. Physical symptoms may be putting your intimate relationships on ice-here's why.
Cardiovascular disease, postmenopause, and HRT
Does taking HRT increase cardiovascular risk for postmenopausal women? It seems that timing is everything when it comes to making this decision.
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