One myth about women and aging is that you become less happy with age. Studies show that well-being often increases later in life. Read on and discover other myths about aging that too many people still believe.
One of the biggest concerns for women after menopause is avoiding sarcopenia. Unfortunately, it’s an all too common health problem that can lead to frailty, metabolic problems, and even death due to falls and hip fractures. Can a vitamin help you avoid this fate?
Are you doing everything right and still gaining weight after menopause? It IS harder to control body fat after your hormones change. If you’re doing everything right and are still gaining, here are five possible reasons why.
Are you struggling to control an expanding waistline now that you’re into menopause? If frustrating belly fat has you down, read on and discover why belly fat becomes more problematic after menopause and how you can keep it at bay.
You’ve probably noticed that fewer women work out after menopause – but why? A new study tries to explain why so few women work out later in life – and why it’s important to do it anyway!
How “heart savvy” are you? Read on and discover 6 common myths about women and heart disease that too many people still believe. It could save your life or the life of someone you care about.
One of the best ways to stay healthy after menopause – both mentally and physically – is to exercise. Now, a new study shows exercise may offer more benefits for postmenopausal women than their younger counterparts. Find out more about exercise and the role it plays in health during the second half of life.
Exercise has a lot of positive health benefits, helping almost every organ in your body function better. Can it even help you tame the symptoms of menopause? Find out what research shows about menopausal symptoms and physical activity.
Hot flashes are an uncomfortable side effect of menopause. Some women experience hot flashes for up to a decade after menopause begins! This article discusses the role lifestyle changes, including diet and exercise, play in controlling hot flashes and menopausal symptoms.
Menopause is a time when your body is in transition and a time when the risk for certain health problems goes up. Here are three health problems that become significantly more common after menopause and steps you can take to prevent them.