When clinicians step away from paternalistic care, it has a positive effect on the patients they are privileged to serve.
A new family of drugs delivers help for vasomotor symptoms of menopause without hormones.
Many aspects of Alzheimer’s differ between the sexes. In this Q&A, an expert in the disease among women discusses recent research insights and where the field is likely headed.
Twenty years after the Women’s Health Institute study on hormone therapy made headlines, menopause experts advocate for carefully considering patient needs.
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Endocrinologists review the evidence regarding how to assess perimenopausal and postmenopausal hCG elevation and provide a protocol for treating hCG elevation in postmenopausal women.
Female sexual dysfunction is multifactorial, often influenced by biologic, emotional, cultural and interpersonal factors. In this article, menopause specialist Pelin Batur, MD, discusses the manifestation and treatment of hypoactive sexual desire disorder.
In this Q&A, Dr. Thacker helps physicians understand today’s osteoporosis prevention strategies.