Heart disease is the biggest killer of women in the world and accounts for 35 percent of female deaths. And women in post-menopause are particularly vulnerable to heart disease. Eek! I know, right?
Many women ask if breast cancer is more common during menopause. And the answer is yes because one of the highest risk factors for a breast cancer diagnosis is growing
As we head into spring we’re looking to the beautiful Chinese term for menopause – your second spring. Indeed, the Chinese look at our second spring differently. They view it
Let’s take a look at five things to look forward to in menopause. Or, rather post-menopause. Although it’s changing (finally), society kept us in the dark for decades. In fact,
Magnesium. Also known as the ‘mighty mineral’, magnesium is vital to wellbeing which is why we’ve included it in 55+. In this story we’ve given you the lowdown on the
Today we’re going to talk about bones. And more specifically osteoporosis, because it’s something that we all need to know about. Especially if we’re in pre-, peri- or post-menopause. If
Turning 50 heralds the beginning of a new life stage for women. It’s the point when our fertile years come to an end, and we move on to the next
I am woman. Hear me ROAR! About mood swings, lack of libido, dry vaginas and finding your power because these things are real! When it comes to talking about the
Contrary to what the image of a post-menopausal woman typically used to be, this generation of women are standing up, taking charge and inspiring men and women of all ages all over the world.
We often get some great questions from the community so we’ve put seven of the most asked questions together. 1. What’s the difference between perimenopause, menopause and post-menopause? Most people,
A new study tells us that women feel less stress as they grow older. Isn’t that good news? Hallelujah! Sayonara stress. 👋 We won’t miss you. That may sound a little bit
One of our goals at MenoMe® is to encourage women to talk more about menopause. And by talking I don’t mean the usual jokes or a quick mention about hot flushes.