This transitional phase of life that most women will spend a third of their lives in is an opportunity to reset and empower
Vaginal laser therapy treatments claim to reduce negative vaginal symptoms of menopause – experienced by about half of all women – by up to 100 per cent. A new trial shows they might not work at all.
A study in menopausal women found that participating in interval sprinting three times a week over two months resulted in significant health benefits.
An experimental drug to treat hot flushes and night sweats in menopausal women could be a viable alternative to hormone replacement therapy, according to UNSW researchers.