During menopause, it is normal for your sex drive to decline. But why does this happen—and what can be done?
Mammograms are an essential part of breast cancer screening & prevention. Here's what you need to know about mammograms during menopause.
For breast cancer survivors dealing with menopause symptoms, safe and effective non-hormonal treatments are available.
Many people are stunned by the myriad ways menopause affects both mind and body—including joint pain, brittle nails, and electric shock sensations.
Wendy Kohrt, PhD, on how changing hormones impact almost every facet of our metabolism.
During menopause, some women occasionally lose control of their bladder, resulting in urinary leakage.
Weight gain and body fat redistribution during perimenopause and menopause are very real phenomena that most women will experience.
During menopause, your body is doubling the rate at which it stores fat. This means that strategies that worked in the past won’t be as effective now.
For Pride Month, we interviewed longtime partners who have been going through menopause in parallel for several years.
While hair loss can be alarming, know that it’s a normal part of menopause for many women and can be addressed in several ways.
While there’s no “normal” libido—everyone has a different standard—decreased sex drive can be treated in a number of ways if it’s a problem for you.
Treating symptom severity—rather than treating hormone levels—is the key to relief from hot flashes, night sweats, and other menopause symptoms.
Evernow is a new kind of health care company focused on fast, effective, proven treatment for menopause. Here's what to expect when you sign up.
It’s normal to put on a few pounds as you age. As women go through menopause, that weight gain tends to be more pronounced.
Changes to your diet can help ease menopause symptoms. Here's what to try.