Menopause & Aging Well

Yes, There Is Sex After Menopause

The big change doesn't have to mean the end of your sex life

Menopause & Aging Well

Menopause Symptoms Are Far From Universal

A look at how — and why — symptoms vary by culture

Menopause & Aging Well

What You Need to Know About Menopause

Nurse Barb shares her thoughts on navigating the big change

Real Women, Real Stories

Menopause Set Me on Fire, but I’m Staying Cool

I'm breaking the silence and stigma around menopause and embracing it as a natural season of life.

Sexual Health

Yes, You Do Need Sex at Every Age

As women age, how does sexual health change? And how do we feel about those changes?

Your Health

Keep Your Brain Healthy at Every Age

It's not just about memory games and puzzles. Diet, exercise and social connections also play a big part in brain health.

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Menopause: Answering the Big Questions in Women’s Midlife Health

As the stigma around menopause decreases, women's empowerment increases

Urologic Conditions & Diseases

What You Need to Know About Urinary Incontinence

Urinary leakage affects 1 in 4 women and is treatable at any age

Sexual Health

How to Have the Best Sex of Your Life After Menopause

Midlife can bring new challenges for sex, but it can also change things for the better

Menopause & Aging Well

How to Get Ready for Menopause

Prepare yourself for this stage of life by developing good habits around diet, exercise and sleep

Menopause & Aging Well

Do Transgender Women Experience Menopause?

A look at how and why transgender women can experience menopause symptoms

Menopause & Aging Well

Menopausal and Feeling Forgetful? Brain Fog Might Be to Blame

This menopause side effect is frustrating, but it will pass

Menopause & Aging Well

Menopause Goes Beyond Reproductive Issues

This change of life affects our health from head to toe; it's important to get educated and find the right health care provider.

Breast Cancer

What You Need to Know About Menopause and Breast Cancer

Menopause doesn't cause breast cancer, but the risk increases with age. Here's how to improve your odds.

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