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genneve CEO Jill Angelo says, "There isn’t 'a plan' for menopause, but I believe there could be a personalized plan for every woman based on her needs." What would YOUR menopause plan look like?

foot heel pain menopause

We expected hot flashes and weird periods, but foot pain? Women are more vulnerable to plantar fasciitis and other foot-related pain as estrogen levels decline. What you can do to fix your feet.

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"Women’s health is a 'sisterhood' type of topic that creates a common bond." Menopause can be isolating for many women, which is why genneve CEO Jill Angelo puts so much effort into building a true community.

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Teamwork, great exercise, pulling together instead of falling apart. Master Rower Rebecca Caroe tells us why rowing is the perfect sport for women over 40.

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If you're grappling with menopause weight management issues, understanding the way your food choices, changing hormones, and stress levels can all work together (for or against you!) can help. Functional nutritionist Nicole Negron explains.

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Knowing your body, tracking any changes, keeping up with tests, and checking in with your doc are all so important to staying well. Read one woman's story of a less-common symptom of breast cancer.

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“Not everything on the backside of your body that hurts is low back pain or spine.” That pain you're feeling could be the triangular – and tricky – sacral bone and SI joint. Learn how to help it heal.

menopause walking wounded

Women are really good at simply enduring symptoms, making them the "walking wounded" who could be helped, if they were able to access help. Why don't women get the help they need, and how can we change that?

normal menopause

It can be hard to know if a new menopause symptom is "normal" – that's why genneve CEO Jill Angelo says "...keep asking if changes in your body are normal. It’s the first step to taking control of your health."

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PMDD or premenstrual dysphoric disorder can occur or worsen during perimenopause, when hormones are fluctuating and unpredictable. Too long dismissed as just being "in her head," PMDD has biological causes – and it can be treated.

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