If you are older when you go through menopause, you may have a lower risk of depression later in life, a new meta-analysis says.
Menopause is a natural stage of life, and is not something that always must be treated with medicine.
Are you getting ready for thyroid cancer surgery? You probably have a few questions. We asked endocrine surgeon Rosemarie Metzger, MD, the most common questions people ask about thyroid surgery. Here are her responses: 1. Is there more than one type of surgery for thyroid cancer? The standard treatment for thyroid cancer is surgical removal of the entire … Read More
Hormone replacement therapy (HRT) helps relieve menopause-related symptoms, but for many years, researchers have raised red flags about potential health risks associated with treatment. In 1998, HRT got a bad reputation in terms of its effect on women’s hearts. But recent research and analysis has shed new light on the relationship between hormone replacement therapy … Read More