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By Samantha Walravens  Jill Angelo is launching the first ever "online clinic for women in menopause" (photo: Sam McJunkin) Let’s face it. Doctors, even gynecologists and women’s health practitioners, don’t have all the...

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If diet and exercise aren’t enough to stop osteopenia from becoming osteoporosis, or if you’ve suffered an osteopenic fracture, it may be time to discuss medical interventions with your doctor.

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It may not be a common symptom, but for the women who experience nausea in menopause, it can be really disruptive. Find out what the possible triggers are and how to calm the upset.

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Menopause can have a dampening effect on your immune system, but there's a lot you can do to ward off colds, flu, and other illness. Like singing 20 seconds of "Bohemian Rhapsody" while washing your hands.

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Menopause increases your risk of diabetes, which in turn increases your risk of heart disease, vision problems, kidney disease, and other problems. Learn how to understand and minimize the risk.

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If your knees ache, "Are you using your butt?" might be the first question you hear from your PT. Why? Hear from our PTs on why strengthening your glutes & hips may bring relief to your knees.

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How much protein do women need, and what are the best ways to get it? Nutrition Coach Michelle Cartmel gives us pointers on protein.

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Many women find themselves socially isolated during perimenopause and menopause. Embarrassment about changing bodies, irritability, even depression can cause us to beat a retreat. Find out why it's good to get back out there.

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Menopause plus a chronic medical condition: how do you help women who are managing menopause symptoms in addition to a whole host of complicating factors?

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It's called the "grey divorce," and it's usually blamed on empty nest syndrome, financial woes, or sexual dysfunction. But could there be more behind the dissolution of long-term marriages?

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