UA researcher’s findings on estrogen may lead to promising treatment for hot flashes
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  July 19, 2017  
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 UA researcher’s findings on estrogen may lead to promising treatment for hot flashesUA researcher’s findings on estrogen may lead to promising treatment for hot flashes
 
Fifteen years ago, Dr. Naomi Rance was at work when she experienced her first hot flash. Rance, a physician and researcher at the University of Arizona College of Medicine - Tucson, took note.
 
 
 Fermented red clover extract decreases number and severity of menopausal hot flushesFermented red clover extract decreases number and severity of menopausal hot flushes
 
The vast majority of women in the menopause are familiar with the status of Red Clover as an herbal medicine that soothes hot flush symptoms and hormonal fluctuations.
 
   Adding estrogen in the brain may improve health in obese menopausal womenAdding estrogen in the brain may improve health in obese menopausal women
 
Researchers at the University of Cincinnati (UC) have found that adding estrogen in the brain may improve health in obese females after menopause.
 
   Live birth outcome affected by age of male partner, study showsLive birth outcome affected by age of male partner, study shows
 
Men, unlike women, do not have a menopause or a predictable and detectable decline in their fertility. Female age is thus the dominant factor in predicting (or explaining) a couple's chance of conception, whether natural or assisted.
 
   Perceived side effects to Tamoxifen making many quit breast cancer drugPerceived side effects to Tamoxifen making many quit breast cancer drug
 
According to a new study by a team of researchers led by the Queen Mary University of London, women who have been prescribed Tamoxifen as a cancer preventive are failing to take the medicine owing to perceived side effects from the drug. Some of the symptoms that they report as distressing are caused naturally by the disease condition rather than the drug explain researchers.
 
 Study assesses success and efficacy of ovarian tissue freezing
 
Study assesses success and efficacy of ovarian tissue freezingMany women are turning to egg freezing to promote fertility, but what happens when it isn't an option because of special medical or other conditions? And, what option is there for women who want to preserve hormonal function, not just fertility?