Study: Hormone Replacement Therapy Might Shrink Brains

A new study is showing negative effects of a once-popular therapy for postmenopausal women, leading some to wonder how it might affect younger women still using the treatment. The National Institutes of Health study looked at women from the Women's Health Initiative Memory Study, which is a subset of the largest study of hormone replacement therapy. The study found that, overall, women taking the hormones had smaller frontal brain lobes than women who did not follow the treatment. "Older...Full Story
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