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BOSTON, July 29 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- For many women, hormone replacement therapy (HRT) can alleviate the physical symptoms associated with the change of life.
Older women who take hormone therapy to relieve menopausal symptoms may get the added benefit of reduced body fat if they are physically active, according to a new study.
The risk of developing breast cancer due to taking hormone replacement therapy appears to be the same for women with a family history of the disease and without a family history, a University of Rochester Medical Center study concluded.
A new research study suggests that as the use of hormone replacement therapy (HRT) has fallen in recent years, so too has the incidence of heart attacks in older women.
Results of New Survey Presented in Poster at ACOG 2009 Annual Meeting CHICAGO, May 5 /PRNewswire/ -- Following the publication of the WHI study in 2002 and the dramatic downturn in the use of hormone replacement therapy (HRT) by women for reducing menopausal and perimenopausal symptoms, a new survey reveals that healthcare providers have been largely supportive of Remifemin(R) black cohosh extract as an alternative to HRT.
Comprehensive review demonstrates bioidentical hormones are superior to synthetic HRT with greater cardiovascular benefits and reduced risk of breast cancer TORRANCE, Calif., Feb.
A large study of US women suggests that obese women may have a higher risk of developing ovarian cancer than their thinner counterparts.
PORTLAND, Ore., Oct. 31 /PRNewswire/ -- The art and science of hormone balancing vs. hormone replacement (HRT) is becoming the 'new normal' among many experts who believe that breast cancer and its risks can be prevented.
Sales of hormone replacement therapy have declined recently due to safety concerns, giving non-hormonal drugs for menopausal symptoms an estimated revenue potential of over $535m across the US and five major EU markets in 2007.
By DR. MIRIAM STOPPARD A million women in the UK have stopped taking hormone replacement therapy (HRT) thanks to scare stories based on flawed medical studies. New statistics show the number of prescriptions for HRT have fallen significantly.
- A trick or prank.