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  • World Menopause Day Twitter Chat Highlights

    World Menopause Day Twitter Chat Highlights0

    To mark World Menopause Day, Friday 18 October 2019, we hosted a Menopause Twitter Chat on our @talkhealth Twitter Page. The chat started at 1pm GMT and lasted one hour with a series of five questions. This encouraged lots of positive conversations around menopause and the realness of this topic and how it affected women.

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  • World Menopause Day Marks its Ten Year Anniversary

    World Menopause Day Marks its Ten Year Anniversary0

    Today is the 10th anniversary of the first World Menopause Day. The day, which was established by the International Menopause Society, has been observed since 2009 to show support to women across the globe and to recognise the challenges of menopausal symptoms and related conditions. The last ten years have seen significant medical advances and

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  • How Anxiety Arrived With the Menopause

    How Anxiety Arrived With the Menopause0

    Anxiety is one of the most common symptoms of the menopause, yet it’s not one that is immediately associated with this period of change during a woman’s midlife. When you think of the menopause, you probably think of hot flushes. Most people aren’t aware that there are more than 30 conditions associated with menopause and

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  • Natural Remedies for Menopause Symptoms

    Natural Remedies for Menopause Symptoms0

    As we age, we can look back on how we’ve navigated love, career, and family and feel pretty accomplished… as we should! Yet as we get into our fifth decade (or sometimes earlier), another challenge awaits. Menopause. And all that comes with it! I’m always looking for ways to prepare for that stage of life when

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  • What Every Woman Should Know About the Menopause

    What Every Woman Should Know About the Menopause0

    Menopause is still a taboo subject, leaving women feeling ill-informed and unsupported. I have worked in Women’s Health for several years and yet 3 years ago as I started experiencing my first symptoms, I realised I knew very little about the menopause and I wasn’t on my own. Around 13 million women are going currently

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