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What to know about the new menopause hot flash medicine
Dr. Jennifer Ashton discusses the new drug that could reduce hot flashes caused by menopause, and the new research that links highly fit middle-age women to a lower risk of developing dementia.
Menopause 'hot flash' medicine could cut symptom by three quarters, trial shows
A new class of drugs could be life-changing for millions of women in menopause who suffer with hot flashes. A medication being tested in the U.K. and here in the U.S. may be the key to alleviating several of the uncomfortable menopause side effects -- and hopefully without the need for hormone
First transgender recruit joins US military as Trump debates policy
The first transgender recruit is under contract to serve in the U.S. military, the Pentagon confirmed Monday. This is the first transgender individual to sign a contract since a federal court order required the Pentagon to allow transgender individuals to join the military beginning Jan. 1 if they
Private Facebook group with over 11K members a safe haven for women with menopause
Many women are turning to an online group to find support and form a community with other women going through menopause.
Menopause : Symptoms, treatments and common questions
Menopause. It’s a condition that affects millions of women, and it involves some pretty significant changes -- as well as symptoms. Here are a few answers to some of the most common questions about menopause . What is menopause, and when does this usually happen? Menopause is defined as not having
Danica Patrick opens up about how freezing her eggs influenced lifestyle changes
NASCAR driver Danica Patrick said the grueling hormone therapy process she went through after deciding to freeze her eggs led her to make diet and exercise changes, which then eventually inspired her new lifestyle book. “I had to do hormones and everything was fine, I mean I stayed working out and
Beginning today, transgender individuals can join the US military
Beginning on Monday, transgender individuals will be allowed to join the U.S. military, after the Pentagon was forced to comply with a federal court ruling issued last month. In December, the Pentagon began preparing how to let transgender individuals join the military, using court-ordered
Court ruling: Transgender individuals can enlist in the military beginning Jan. 1
The Pentagon is preparing to allow transgender individuals to enlist in the U.S. military beginning Jan. 1 in compliance with a federal court ruling from two weeks ago. On Monday, the court denied an emergency stay issued by the Trump administration to delay that court order. While the
Transgender service members and their families dealing with fallout from Trump's tweets
For months, Kiera Walker grappled with the decision of how and when to come out as a transgender woman to her fellow members of the Coast Guard. She had served in the Guard’s Duluth, Minnesota, station for about two and a half years, but her colleagues had known her only as Kieran, the male gender
Under Review: Transgender troops on Trump's proposed ban
The president's proposed transgender military ban leaves some service members and their families in limbo.