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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 have been a care provider for many years, but I find moments when my patients are angry at me, even though I may not have done anything to justify their reaction. Can you help me to understand clini

I have been a care provider for many years, but I find moments when my patients are angry at me, even though I may not have done anything to justify their reaction. Can you help me to understand clini

Your Menopause Question: I have been a care provider for many years, but I find moments when my patients are angry at me, even though I may not have done anything to justify their reaction. Can you help me to understand clinical anger?

I have heard that estradiol cream applied to the vaginal opening is prescribed often in menopause for dryness and discomfort during intercourse. Please explain why.

I have heard that estradiol cream applied to the vaginal opening is prescribed often in menopause for dryness and discomfort during intercourse. Please explain why.

Your Menopause Question: I have heard that estradiol cream applied to the vaginal opening is prescribed often in menopause for dryness and discomfort during intercourse. Please explain why.

My doctor tells me that according to the Women’s Health Initiative (WHI), estrogen has been shown to cause breast cancer and that I should avoid it in menopause. Yet, now this concept is being challen

My doctor tells me that according to the Women’s Health Initiative (WHI), estrogen has been shown to cause breast cancer and that I should avoid it in menopause. Yet, now this concept is being challen

Your Menopause Question: My doctor tells me that according to the Women’s Health Initiative (WHI), estrogen has been shown to cause breast cancer and that I should avoid it in menopause. Yet, now this concept is being challenged. Please explain.

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?