menopause diabetes

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.

knee joint pain menopause physical therapy

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.

social isolation menopause mental health

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.

exercise midlife menopause motivation

Exercising regularly is not just a matter of better scheduling or more willpower. It’s accessibility, privacy, convenience, affordability, time...hear how one woman is breaking down barriers to exercise with a unique, powerful device.

posture menopause midlife health

Freeze. Check your posture. Is your body neatly aligned with your spine, joints stacked squarely on top of one another, head in a neutral position? Fixing your posture can fix a host of body issues, so read up on how to be upstanding.

arthritis joint pain menopause aging

What’s the connection between menopause and arthritis? And how can women manage joint and arthritis pain to maintain healthy, happy, active lives?

dark spots face skin melasma

Dark spots or patches on the face (melasma) occur most often in women and during times of hormone fluctuation. Here's how to manage them or help prevent them from recurring.

depression suicide menopause perimenopause

Perimenopause and menopause can cause or exacerbate depression. Depression can lead to suicidal ideation, attempt, and completion. So … we really need to talk. Openly. Honestly. Often.

balance falls menopause

For Falls Prevention Awareness Day, we're talking balance, strength, and incontinence. There's a link, and with the right program, you might be able to solve them all.

lichen sclerosus menopause

“The first thing many women notice is the itch,” says Dr. Rebecca Dunsmoor-Su. Lichen sclerosus is a progressive condition that is seen most often in post-menopausal women. Know the symptoms.

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