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In menopause, insomnia and anxiety are two of the most common symptoms women have to deal with – and two of the most disruptive. Could something as simple as a weighted blanket help?

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The controversy over HRT (hormone replacement therapy) is filled with fear and misinformation. genneve CEO Jill Angelo offers her thoughts on the science behind our understanding of HRT and why it can be a good, safe option for many women.

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After menopause, a woman's chance of developing heart disease can increase significantly. Cardiologist Dr. Sarah Speck identifies additional risk factors unique to women and how we can take steps to radically reduce that risk.

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Is it worthwhile to get your hormone levels tested to help understand where you are in the perimenopause-to-menopause transition? Your cycles are a better indicator, says our ob/gyn Director of Health. Find out why.

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If you're suddenly coughing and wheezing more than in the past, or if respiratory problems are new to you, it may be your hormones. Find out the effects of estrogen and what to do if asthma attacks.

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If you suddenly have an appetite like your teen-aged kids, it could be your hormones. In menopause, hormone fluctuations can affect appetite, ramping up hunger signals. What to do (if anything)?