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2007-01-05 06:16:04

By Schmidt, John W; Wollner, Debra; Curcio, Jessic

2006-11-17 09:00:13

DEERFIELD BEACH, Fla., Nov. 17 /PRNewswire/ -- Dr. Diana Schwarzbein, a Santa Barbara-based endocrinologist who specializes in metabolic healing and menopause responded to a discussion that took place on CNN's Larry King Live on Wednesday night, November 15.

2006-09-04 16:35:09

NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - The hormone progestin

2006-02-13 16:02:07

By Michael Conlon CHICAGO (Reuters) - Hormone replacement therapy using estrogen only does not provide overall protection against heart attacks but there may be some benefit against heart disease in younger menopausal women, a study said on Monday.

2006-01-27 13:45:53

NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Regular exercise may prevent the mental decline associated with the long-term use of hormone replacement therapy (HRT), preliminary research suggests.

2006-01-26 14:18:07

By Clementine Wallace NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Women who develop lung cancer appear to have lower survival rates if they have a history of using hormone replacement therapy (HRT), a study suggests.

2006-01-24 17:00:00

Hormone replacement therapy (HRT) is associated with an increased risk of asthma and wheezing, particularly in lean women, according to a report in the medical journal Thorax.

2006-01-23 18:24:50

By Maggie Fox, Health and Science Correspondent WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Younger women may be able to take hormone replacement therapy without raising their risk of heart disease, U.S. researchers reported on Monday in a study aimed at reducing some of the confusion surrounding HRT.

2006-01-23 18:20:00

Younger women may be able to take hormone replacement therapy without raising their risk of heart disease, U.S. researchers reported on Monday in a study aimed at reducing some of the confusion surrounding HRT.


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