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Dark spots or patches on the face (melasma) occur most often in women and during times of hormone fluctuation. Here's how to manage them or help prevent them from recurring.

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Perimenopause and menopause can cause or exacerbate depression. Depression can lead to suicidal ideation, attempt, and completion. So … we really need to talk. Openly. Honestly. Often.

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For Falls Prevention Awareness Day, we're talking balance, strength, and incontinence. There's a link, and with the right program, you might be able to solve them all.

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“The first thing many women notice is the itch,” says Dr. Rebecca Dunsmoor-Su. Lichen sclerosus is a progressive condition that is seen most often in post-menopausal women. Know the symptoms.

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Ironic how a menopause symptom can make you look pregnant. Learn more about what causes the dreaded Gassy Bloat and what you can do to relieve it.

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Sore gums. Burning sensations. Dry mouth. All of these can result from the hormonal changes of perimenopause and menopause. Annoying enough on their own, they can also contribute to periodontal disease, so let’s talk teeth.

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Sleep apnea is dangerous, and women in menopause are particularly vulnerable. Worse, it can take 10 years for women to be diagnosed. Learn more from a sleep specialist.

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Women’s lives are complicated in their 40s, 50s, and 60s, especially in the workplace. Read what women typically face in this midlife period.

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Exercise is great for your body, but friction, pressure, and moisture can derail your fitness plans. Our PTs tell us how to stay healthy as we get fit.

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O, the fitness plateau, when your best efforts lead to … no change. Maybe it’s time to bring in a personal trainer. So, how do you pick the right person?

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