Women’s Menopause Complaints May Peak in Early 50s, Improve Later

A new study led by Dr. Carolyn Torkelson, Department of Family Medicine and Community Health, finds that menopause symptoms have the biggest impact on quality of life for women in their early to mid-50s. Women over the age of 60 had fewer complaints about symptoms, which can include hot flashes and night sweats. Read more.

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