Researchers sought to assess the associations of female-specific factors, like age at menopause, with the risk for aneurysmal subarachnoid hemorrhage in women.
Study finds that the timing of natural menopause is significantly affected in women exposed to shift work, especially rotating shift work.
The risk for heart failure is increased with increasing body mass index and waist circumference, especially for those with menopausal age 55 years and older.
A study was conducted to examine the relationship between oral mircobiota, blood pressure, and incident hypertension in postmenopausal women.
About half of postmenopausal women experience female pattern hair loss (FPHL), according to a study published online.
Endometriosis can potentially lead to pelvic pain and a number of complications. What does research say about whether endometriosis can be related to early natural menopause?
The link between menopause and changes in cognitive function is a subject of debate. Researchers sought to investigate the potential association with the aim of improving womens’ health.
Prediabetes can put postmenopausal women at risk for cardiovascular diseases, metabolic disorders, and osteoporosis. Investigators sought to determine the effect of bisphosphonates’ effect (such as alendronate) on lipid profiles.
Age and menopause may contribute to bone fracture risk in women, but the rate may vary by race and ethnicity. Researchers studied changes in bone mineral density in Black and White women to discover if race had an impact on bone loss.
Women with age-related loss of muscle mass may experience fewer hot flashes at menopause.
Reproductive history events, such as the menopause transition, and indicators of estrogen exposure, including longer reproductive span and number of children, are associated with gray matter volume in midlife women.