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SOME CREDIT the aging of the "baby boomers" for the recent explosion of interest in menopause, a subject formerly treated with intense neglect.
The large number of women who were born in the decade following World War II are now approaching the age of last menses. In the next two decades,...
CASE WESTERN RESERVE University Hospitals' comprehensive (MacDonald) women's facility and School of Medicine in Cleveland, Ohio, are establishing a "climacteric gynecology" gellowship program.
In announcing the program this fall, University Hospitals of Cleveland predicted that more than 20...
IT'S BECOMING popular to blame "male menopause" for the strange behavior of some middle-aged men during their so-called "midlife crisis." Some researchers are suggesting that what they call "andropause" can be treated with supplemental testosterone.
However, the changes that occur in men as they...
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