Evidence from a study at the University of California, San Francisco indicates that up to a third of women who have gone through menopause appear to suffer more disruptive symptoms if they are prone to urinary incontinence. Urinary incontinence ranges… Read More
A recent review suggests that women who experience early menopause are at a higher risk of later-life depression. If additional research can confirm the results it may indicate that women who experience early menopause will require hormonal or psychiatric treatment… Read More
Estrogen hormone fluctuation during menopause increases sensitivity to stress and depression. Estrogen is typically a female hormone – it is also found in small amounts in males – that is produced by the ovaries, the adrenal cortex and the fetoplacental… Read More
Aside from being a known diabetes risk, high glycemic index foods have additional side effects. The popular criticisms against sugar center on weight gain and diabetes.
But there’s new research to indicate that sugar can have adverse effects on our… Read More
During the transition into menopause, researchers have found that changes in estrogen contribute to women experiencing higher sensitivity to stress and depression. This can contribute to negative feelings during this period. A form of estrogen, known as estradiol, commonly fluctuates… Read More