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The bone during osteoporosis

How to avoid osteoporosis as you get older
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A few bone facts you may not know: This last fact is often the one that surprises – and perhaps shocks – people. But do not fret if you are aged above 30 – you can still strengthen your bones …

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Can menopause symptoms come and go or get worse?
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A common concern among women approaching menopause is the question of whether symptoms will come and go over the years. The answer is yes; menopause symptoms can indeed fluctuate in intensity and even disappear completely for some women. This is …

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5 Foods that help ease hot flashes
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Hot flashes are a common symptom of menopause, and they can be uncomfortable and disruptive. While there is no cure for hot flashes, there are some foods that may help reduce their frequency and severity. Here are some foods that …

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What are the first signs of perimenopause?
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Perimenopause is the transition phase to menopause, which typically begins in a woman’s 40s. It can last anywhere from a few years to a decade. During perimenopause, the ovaries begin to produce less estrogen, a hormone that plays a role …

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Why are women more prone to thyroid problems?
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The thyroid is a small gland located in the neck that produces hormones that regulate metabolism, growth, and development. Thyroid problems can occur when the thyroid gland produces too much or too little thyroid hormone. According to experts, the likelihood …

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