Twenty years ago, an expert panel at the National Institutes of Health lowered the BMI cutoff for being overweight from 27 to 25. But a recent report suggests that for one segment of the population — postmenopausal women – that might not be low enough. Also, to define obesity in this population the cutoff of 30 might be too high.
In a post on her website, Khloe Kardashian expresses her love for Vitamin E. And while the benefits of this antioxidant have been well established, she wrongly recommends its use for strengthening of the vaginal lining.
Sexual dysfunction occurs in about 40 percent of women, yet it frequently goes underreported. Depending on the etiology, various treatment options exist that can help women who may be too shy to ask.
Two new studies published in The Lancet suggest that two different classes of drugs, aromatase inhibitors (AIs) and bisphosphonates, can reduce breast cancer deaths in postmenopausal women with early breast
Adequate calcium consumption is vital for bone health, and plays an important role in preventing fractures and protecting against osteoporosis. For this reason,