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Diane Danzebrink Oct 17
On the way to Westminster ahead of World Menopause Day to talk to MP’s about why we need to . Please sign and share the petition below to ensure change for the future.
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Dr Hannah Short 20h
On this , I feel it is fitting to share my 2015 article on why we must improve care & education, why we need to and why we must
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TurquoiseBeach 15h
Women feel freer to talk about due to celebrities sharing their experiences, poll claim.
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EMAS 20h
Age at natural and : A survival analysis finds early age at natural was associated with an increased risk of all-cause mortality.
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Asthma UK 20h
“I had hot flushes – then I started coughing and getting breathless as well” After Jane started the , her asthma symptoms weren't far behind. Read her story this :
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Mandy Dineley 14h
they should call it the 'meanopause' it can bring on so many issues, support from family and friends is needed. One thing I will say is where is a hot flush on freezing cold day! I cope but its a learning process, we need to find out what can help us feel better.
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Chris McLeod 16h
Good morning! It's World Day. Temps will vary wildly today.
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MenoClass Oct 17
We're the first class of its kind dedicated to empowering and supporting women going through the with & advice. Launching soon! If you're interested in attending a class or becoming one of our instructors, get in touch!
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Jennifer Baumer Oct 16
Why didn’t anyone tell me that is a second adolescence? Pimples, crying for no reason, angry at the world. WTF?
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Abbigale 10h
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Smashing Bloke 4h
Twenty minutes until the end of day... Tomorrow will be menopause day again in our lives... it really does hold women back.
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Lotus Liners 3h
Today is world menopause day. Please take a second to read our friend Katie’s blog post about perimenopause - a subject not talked about enough. Blog: We offer Lotus Liners in xxl for those going through perimenopause.
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Institut Marquès EN 18h
is defined either by the stopping of a woman's menstrual cycle for 12 months in the absence of pregnancy (or without any other cause that justifies amenorrhea) or when 6 months go by without menstruating, but with clear symptoms (, insomnia, mood changes...)
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Menovation 6h
Fantastic Day , & with some lovely people. launched, exciting times ahead. With A GREAT team of professionals, who have joining me on my journey. Details on LinkedIn site - search Janine Rickus .
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Orange Blossom Women's Group 13h
Worried you may be experiencing ? Schedule and appointment today!
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Dr Anne Henderson Oct 17
Women can lose up to 5% of their muscle mass per year from the peri-menopause onwards which can impact strength and mobility. Regular weight-bearing exercise can be hugely beneficial. Boxing is a great option!
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BEHIND THE WOMAN   MIDLIFE HEALTH & WELLBEING 4h
What a great evening for Thank you so much to the lovely Carla Day for giving such a funny, honest & engaging talk about her own journey, thank you to everyone that attended & also our fantastic venue Pranzo
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Yema Sekhmet-Maat 6h
Oh my goodness. What on earth is happening to me?
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Joanne Crovini 18h
Today is world day and the more I speak to women about their experiences of menopause the more I realise that we need to be open about it so that when it comes we're prepared. If you'd like support through menopause join my Menopause Nutrition facebook group
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Menopause Journal 14h
Clinical application and mid-term results of modified vaginal closure: pelvic symptoms, quality of life, satisfaction, and regret rate
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