Menopause and Heart Disease: What Is the Link?
Oestrogen levels in women start to decline during menopause, raising LDL ("bad") cholesterol and risk of heart disease. Dr Tan Hong Chang, Senior Consultant from the Department of Endocrinology at Singapore General Hospital (SGH), a member of the SingHealth group, explains.
Perimenopausal Mood Disturbance
Hot Flushes & HRT
Managing Menopause: What To Do As Symptoms Worsen?
Important Diet Tips for Menopausal Women
Physical Intimacy After Menopause
Menopause and Your Mind
All Women Need to Know About Bone Health and Osteoporosis
Painful Sex for Women: Treatments and Home Remedies
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