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Are untreated hot flashes just a sweaty irritant? Or, are they a sign of a more significant health risk?

Are untreated hot flashes just a sweaty irritant? Or, are they a sign of a more significant health risk?

Your Menopause Question: Are untreated hot flashes just a sweaty irritant? Or, are they a sign of a more significant health risk?

I am 48 years old and suddenly gaining weight around my midsection. My doctor mentioned “metabolic syndrome” and its health risks. What is that?

I am 48 years old and suddenly gaining weight around my midsection. My doctor mentioned “metabolic syndrome” and its health risks. What is that?

I am 48 years old and suddenly gaining weight around my midsection. My doctor mentioned “metabolic syndrome” and its health risks. What is that?

I am 54 years old, struggling with hot flashes and mood swings. But when I ask for help from my care providers, I am told “Live with it. You are just getting older.” Please advise.

I am 54 years old, struggling with hot flashes and mood swings. But when I ask for help from my care providers, I am told “Live with it. You are just getting older.” Please advise.

Your Question: I am 54 years old, struggling with hot flashes and mood swings. But when I ask for help from my care providers, I am told “Live with it. You are just getting older.” Please advise.

Here are a few of your questions, combined together to give our readers the answers they are seeking right away in a simple and easy to read format.

Here are a few of your questions, combined together to give our readers the answers they are seeking right away in a simple and easy to read format.

Here are a few of your questions, combined together to give our readers the answers they are seeking right away in a simple and easy to read format.

If estradiol is an anti‐inflammatory hormone, can it protect against Alzheimer’s disease?

If estradiol is an anti‐inflammatory hormone, can it protect against Alzheimer’s disease?

Your Question: If estradiol is an anti‐inflammatory hormone, can it protect against Alzheimer’s disease?

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